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Published by the Cadets and Co-Eds 

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NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE 

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"DADDY BARNES'' 

He will be remembered arid honored for years to come, as he has been in 
the past, for his untiring and devoted efforts toward making our college 
one of the best in every respect. 

Everywhere we turn, we see something of the splendid work that he 
has done. And since no story of North Georgia College would be com- 
plete without some remembrance of him, we dedicate this 1940 edition 
of the CYCLOPS to Professor J. C. Barnes. 




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THE COLLEGE 
Campus 
Faculty 

THE CLASSES 

Sophomore Cadets 
Sophomore Co-eds 
Freshman Cadets 
Freshman Co-eds 

MILITARY 

Military Training 

Views 

Companies 

ORGANIZATIONS 
Clubs 
Fraternities 

SPORTS 

Cadets — Intercollegiate 
Co-eds — Intramurals 
Cadets — Intramurals 

FEATURES 

Cadet Bugler 
Who's Who 
Snapshots 
A d s 




PRICE MEMORIAL BUILDING 



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ACADEMIC BUILDING 





CHAPEL 



CANTEEN 





AUDITORIUM 



DINING HALL 





LIBRARY 



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READING ROOM 





BOYS' DORMITORY 



SANFORD HALL 






BARRACKS 



BAND HOUSE 





DR. J. C. ROGERS 
President 



OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION 



STEADMAN V. SANFORD Chancellor, University System 

JONATHAN C. ROGERS President 

JOHN C. SIRMONS Dean 

PAUL M. HUTCHERSON, Captain, O. R. C. • • . .Commandant 

LUCILLE DOWLING Dean of Women 

W. OSCAR HAMPTON Director Personnel and Guidance 

JULIA CARROLL SecretaryRegistrar 

JOHN C. BARNES Local Treasurer 

RAY H. BLACK Business Manager 



BERT H. FLANDERS Faculty Resident, Moore Hall 

ASBURY D. SNOW Faculty Resident, New Dormitory 

SERGEANT R. S. McCONNELL, Inf. (D. E. M. L.) — 

Assistant Superintendent of Barracks 

DR. H. H. LANCASTER College Physician 

MRS. FANNIE GREEN Dietitian 

MAE BETH NORMAN Secretary 

VIRGIL SIMPSON Bookkeeper 

MATTIE CRAIG Bookstore Assistant 



OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES OF THE FACULTY 

OFFICERS 



JONATHAN C. ROGERS 



Chairman JOHN C. SIRMONS 

ANDREW W. CAIN Secretary 



Vice-Chairman 



CURRICULUM . . Hampton, Anthony, Barnes, Bush, Flanders, Simms 
SCHEDULE-CLASSIFICATION . . Sirmons, Bush, Calhoun, Dismukes, 

Ray, Simms 

ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES Sirmons, Dismukes, Flanders, 

Hampton, Hutcherson 

LIBRARY Flanders, Anthony, Cam, Cottlngham, 

Freeman, Simms, McDaniel 
ATHLETICS .... Bush, Anthony, Coker, Forester, Matthews, Snow 



FACULTY COMMITTEES 

MILITARY Matthews, Hutcherson, Rogers 

DORMITORY Barnes, Hutcherson, Black 

SOCIAL ACTIVITIES Hutcherson, Bruce. Forester, Dowling, 

Matthews, Ray 
STUDENT PROGRAMS .... Dismukes, Cain, Calhoun, Hampton, 

McConnell 

BROWN FUND Barnes, Hutcherson, Sirmons 

PUBLICITY Dismukes, Coker, McConnell, Norman 




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FERDINAND ANGELSBERG Band Director 

Retired United States Army Band Director. 

JOHN DURHAM ANTHONY Biology 

B.S., Transylvania University; A.M., Emory University: University of Kentucky. 

JOHN C. BARNES Mathematics 

B.S., North Georsia College; Graduate Student, Harvard University. 

R. H. BLACK Business Manager 

SARA BRUCE Physical Education 

B.S., Coler Collese; Graduate Student, Y. M. C. A. Graduate School and 
University of Tennessee. 

POWELL D. BUSH Social Science 

B.S., A.M., University of Georgia. 

ANDREW W.CAIN Social Science 

A.B., North Georgia College; A.M., University of the Philippines; Graduate 
Student, University of Georgia, University of Texas, University of the Phil- 
ippines, University of California, Columbia University, University of North 
Carolina, University of Virginia. 

ROBERT D. CALHOUN, JR English 

A.B., A.M., Louisiana State University. 

JULIA CARROLL Secretary 

North Georgia College. 

SHAULT L. COKER Physical Education, Coach 

A.B., University of Florida; A.M. in Physical Education, Columbia University. 

WILLIAM T. COTTINGHAM, JR English 

A.B., Duke University: A.M., Emory University. 





FACULTY 



CAMILLUS J. DISMUKES French 

A.B., Birmingham Southern College: A.M., University of North Carolina. 



LUCILLE DOWLING Enslish 

Dean of Women. A.B., Georgia State Womans College; M.A., Columbia 
University. 

BERT H. FLANDERS Enslish 

A.B., A.M., Emory University; Candidate fo' Ph.D. Degree, Duke University. 



HARRY B. FORESTER Biolosy 

B.S., University of Alabama; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. 



LORIMER B. FREEMAN Commerce 

B.S.C., M.S.C., University of Georgia; Graduate Student, Northwestern University, 
Harvard University. 



FANNIE A. GREEN Dietitian 



W. OSCAR HAMPTON Education-Mathematics 

B.S., Southeast Missouri Teachers College; M.S., Ph.D., University of 
North Carolina. 



PAUL M. HUTCHERSON, Captain O. R. C. . 

B.S.C., North Georgia College. 



Commerce 



H. H. LANCASTER, M.D Collese Physician 



SERGEANT RICHARD McCONNELL, Inf. (D.E.M.L), Military Science 

Assistant to the Professor of Military Science and Tactics. 



JANE L. McDANIEL Libr, 








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MAJOR JAMES E. MATTHEWS, Inf. (D.O.L) . . . Military Science 

Professor of Military Science and Tactics. 

BETH NORMAN Secretary 

VERNELLE RAY Home Economics 

B.S.H.E., Alabama College; A.M., George Peabody College. 

VIRGIL SIMPSON Assistant Business Manaser 

JOHN COLBERT SIMMS Physical Science-Chemistry 

B.S., Mdlsaps College; M.S., Vanderbilt University; Ph.D., Western Reserve 
University. 

JOHN C. SIRMONS Education 

Ph.B., A.M., Emory University; Graduate Student, Duke University. 

ASBURY D. SNOW Mathematics-Science 

B.S., A.M., University of Georgia; Graduate Student, Duke University. 




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Thomaston, Georgia 
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MISS DORIS EUBANKS 

Atlanta, Georsia 
SPONSOR OF THE SOPHOMORE CLASS 




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BILL PERRY President of the Student Body 

BEN GRIGGERS President of the Sophomore Class 

GEORGE EUBANKS Vice-President 

PERRY BRIDGES Secretary 

REESE CROSS Treasurer 



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CHARLES F. ADAMS 
Thomaston, Ga. 

Band; BUGLER Staff, Reporter, I- Y M C 
A., 2; Rex Club Member, I, 2. 



ROBERT T. ADAMS 

Dublin, Ga. 

Company "A": Rex Club, I, 2. 



ATWARD L. ANDERSON 

Alpharctta, Ga. 

Color Sergeant, Company "C 



TOM ANDREWS 
Thomasvillc, Ga. 

Sergeant, Company "D"; Dramatic Club, 2: 
Men's Glee Club, 1; Y. M. C. A., I, 2. 



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JOE BATCHELOR 
Jersey, Ga. 

Sergeant, Company "C"; Y. M. C. A., I; Sec- 
ond Vice-President, 2; Sigma Theta Pledge, 
2; Sergeant-at-Arms, I. 



PAT BERNAL 
College Parle, Ga. 

Sergeant, Company "C"; Debate Club, Pre 
dent, 2: Y. M. C. A., I ; Sigma Theta Pledge, 



STANLEY BISHOP 
Decatur, Ga. 

Company "B"; "D" Club; Sigma Theta 
Pledge, I. 



EDWARD NAPIER BONNER 
Macon, Ga. 

Second Lieutenant, Company "B"; BUGLER 

Staff, Exchange Editor, 2; Y. M, C. A., I, 2; 

Sigma Theta Pledge, I, 2. 




JOE HARRIS BOYD 
Calhoun, Ga. 

Major, Staff; Officers' Club: Y. M. C. A., I; 
Sigma Theta Pledge. 

LEGARE E, BRACEWELL 
Dublin, Ga. 

Company "C"; Men's Glee Club, I, 2; Choral 
Club, 2; Rex Club Member, 2. 



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ROBERT H. BRADLEY 

Chatsworth, Ga. 

Company "C ": Y. M. C. A. 

WILLIAM HENRY BRAMBLETT, JR. 
Chatsworth, Ga. 

Captain, Band: Officers' Club: Generals; 

Men's Glee Club, I ; Y. M. C. A., I; Sigma 

Theta Pledge, I. 



LAWRENCE L. BRAY 

Covington, Ga. 

Company "A"; "D " Club, Vice-President, 2. 



PERRY L. BRIDGES 
Blakcly, Ga. 

Company "B"; Men's Glee Club, I; Sign 
Theta Member, I, 2. 



EDISON BROGDON 
Alapaha, Ga. 

First Sergeant, Company "D"; "D" Club, 
Treasurer. 



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ELLSWORTH KEMP BROGDON 
Calhoun, Ga. 

Company "A"; Y. M. C. A.: Sigma Theta 
Pledge. 



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RALPH M. BROWN 

Cartcrsvillc, Ga. 

Staff Sergeant, Company "D.' 



FRANK BURT 
Kcnncsaw, Ga. 



Sergeant, Company "C": Camera Club: Y. M. 
C. A., 2; Rex Club Pledge, I. 












RICHARD H. CARTER, JR. 
Powder Springs, Ga. 

First Lieutenant Company "C," Corporal, I : 
Rex Club Pledge, I, 2. 



FRANKLIN T. COLEMAN 

Albany, Ga. 

Band: Generals: Little Symphony: Men's Glee 

Club, I, 2: Choral Club, 2: Sigma Theta 

Pledge, I, 2. 



JAMES O. COLLIER, JR. 
Eatonton, Ga. 

Company "A": BUGLER Staff, Circulation, 2: 
y. M. C. A., 2: Rex Club Pledge, I: Mem- 
ber, 2. 



JAMIE CONNELL 
Nashville, Ga. 

Sergeant, Company "B": CYCLOPS Staff, 2: 

BUGLER Staff, Reporter, I, Editor, 2: Camera 

Club, Vice-President: V. M. C. A., I, 2: Sigma 

Theta Pledge, I, 2. 



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JOHN HOWARD CLEMENT 
Buena Vista, Ga. 
Company "C." 



GEORGE R. COCHRAN, JR. 

Covington, Ga. 

Company "C": Rex Club Member, I, 2. 



OSCAR y. COOK 

Cleveland, Ga. 

Company "D": Sigma Theta Pledge, 2. 



PERRy LEWIS CRAPPS 
Harlem, Ga. 

Company "D": Y, M. C. A., 2: Sigma Theta 
Pledge, I. 




REESE WILSON CROSS 
Albany, Ga. 

Sergeant, Company "D": Cannera Club; Mus- 
ketry Team; Rifle Team: Y. M. C. A.; Rex 
Club Member. 



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JOHN RUFUS CRUMPLAR, JR. 
Cordcie, Ga. 

Sergeant, Company "A"; Sigma Theta 
Pledge, I. 



JOHN DAVID DAVIS 
Columbus, Ga. 



Company "D": "D" Club, Secretary, 2: Y. M. 
C. A., I, 2: Rex Club Pledge, 2. 



LYNN ASHBY DAVIS 
Sylvester, Ga. 

Company "A"; Y. M. C. A., 2; Rex Club 
Pledge, I, 2. 



HOWARD EUGENE DILL 
McRae, Ga. 

First Sergeant, Company "C": Y. M. C. A., 
I, 2; Sigma Theta Pledge, I, 2. 



ROY E. DAY 

LaFayette, Ga. 

Sergeant, Company "D"; "D" Club. 



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COOPER DODSON 
Monroe, Ga. 

First Sergeant, Company *'B"; Sigma Theta 
Pledge, 2. 



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A. SYDNOR DOOLEY 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Sergeant, Company "C"; CYCLOPS Staff, 2; 
BUGLER Staff, I, Associate Editor, 2: Gen- 
erals, Business Manager, Student Director; 
y. M. C. A., 1, First Vice-President, 2: Sigma 
Theta Pledge, I, 2. 



G. W. DUGGAN 

Sandersville, Ga. 

Company "D": "D" Club, 2: Y. M. C. A., 2. 

JOSEPH EUGENE DYAR 
Carnesville, Ga. 
Band; Generals. 





THOMAS RANDOLPH EDWARDS, III 
Greensboro, Ga. 

iergeant. Company "A"; Y. M. C. A.; Rex 
Club Pledge. 



CHARLES OSCAR ELROD 

Adairsvillc, Ga. 

Company "A"; Sigma Thcta Pledge, I. 



GEORGE RAY EUBANKS 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Company "D": Y. M. C. A., 2; Sigma Theta 
Member, I, 2. 



WILLIAM JOHN PAGAN 

Cumming, Ga. 

Sergeant, Company "D." 




ANDREW B. GRIGGERS, JR. 
Thomaston, Ga. 

Lieutenant Colonel, Staff: Officers' Club, 

President; Y. M. C. A., I, 2; Sigma Theta 

Member, I, President, 2; Corporals' Club, I; 

Pan-Hellenic Council. 



LEO AUGUSTUS FETNER, JR. 
Macon, Ga. 

Company "D"; Dramatic Club, Stage Man- 
ager, 2; Camera Club. 



WADE DENT FERGUSON 
Washington, D. C. 

Captain, Company "D": Officers' Club: Y. M. 
C. A., I, 2. 



ALISON M. FINCHER 
Decatur, Ga. 

Second Lieutenant, Company "B"; BUGLER 
Staff, 2; Men's Glee Club, I, 2. 



MICHAEL M. FIVEASH 
Lake Park, Ga. 

Staff Sergeant, Company "A"; Sigma Theta 
Pledge, I, 2. 




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JULIAN D. FLEMING 
Shady Dale, Ga. 

Sergeant, Company "B"; Rifle Team; Y. M. 
C. A., 2; Sigma Theta Pledge, I, 2. 



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ROBERT C. FOSTER 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Sergeant, Band; CYCLOPS Staff, I; Camera 
Club, President: Men's Glee Club, I, 2; 
Choral Club, I, 2; Rex Club Pledge, I, 2. 



SAM HOSCH FREEMAN 

Hoschton, Ga. 

Band. 



JAMES S. GILES 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Company "C"; Sigma Theta Pledge, I, Mem- 



EARL ELLIS GARRARD 
Avondale Estates, Ga. 
"8"; Camera Club; Y. M. C. A., I. 

CHARLES C. GAY 

Garfield, Ga. 

Second Lieutenant, Company "A.' 



ber, 2. 



HUGH IRVING GILLHAM 
Marietta, Ga. 

Sergeant, Company "B"; CYCLOPS Staff, 

Snapshot Editor, 2; Secretary, Sergeants' 

Club. 



JACK B. H. GRAVES 
Clarkesville, Ga. 

Staff Sergeant, Company "D": Business Man- 
ager, BUGLER, 2; Camera Club; Men's Glee 
Club, I, 2; Choral Club, I, 2; Y. M. C. A., 2; 
Rex Club Pledge, 2. 



C. J. HALL 
Gainesville, Ga. 

Company "C"; Dramatic Club, 2; Y. M. C. 
A., 2. 



JACK HASKINS HALL 
Blue Ridge, Ga. 

First Lieutenant, Band; BUGLER Staff, Re- 
porter, 2; Camera Club, Treasurer: Little Sym- 
phony, 2; Y. M. C. A., I: Sigma Theta 
Pledge, I, 2. 




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JAMES FRANKLIN HAMILTON 
Bufofd, Ga. 

Sergeant, Band; Men's Glee Club, I, 2; Rex 
Club Pledge, I, 2. 



HOPEWELL HULL HAMMOND 
Gnffin, Ga. 

Second Lieutenant, Company "C"; Camera 
Club; Musketry Team; Y. M. C. A., 2; Chair- 
man Boys' Work Committee; Rex Club 
Pledge I. 



JOE HARGROVE 

Eatonton, Ga. 

Sergeant, Company "A.' 



J. DILLARD HAWKINS 

Arnoldsville, Ga. 

Sergeant, Company "A"; Y. M. C. A. 



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BEVERLY BAYNE HAYES 
Dublin, Ga. 

Company "A"; Dramatic Club, I, 2; Y. M. 
C. A., I, 2; Rex Club Pledge, I, 2. 



JOHN R. HAYES, JR. 

Morganton, Ga. 

Company "C"; "D" Club, I, 2; Y. M. C. A., I. 



JIM JOHN HEARN 
LaGrange, Ga. 

Company "B"; Camera Club; Sigma Theta 
Member. 



GARLAND D. HERRING 

Alpharctta, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 




HUGH EDWIN HILLIARD 
Royston, Ga. 

Second Lieutenant, Band; BUGLER Staff, Re- 
porter, 2; Little Symphony, I ; Y. M. C. A., 
I, 2; Rex Club Member, I, President, 2; Pan- 
Hellenic Council, President. 



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SAM L HINSON 
Albany, Ga. 

Sergeant, Company "A"; Business Manager, 
CYCLOPS, 2; Camera Club; Y. M. C. A., I, 
2; Rex Club Member, I, Treasurer, 2; Pan- 
Hellenic Council. 



ROBERT RAWLS HOLLINGSWORTH 
Sylvania, Ga. 

Sergeant, Company "C"; Dramatic Club, I, 

2; Men's Glee Club, I; Y. M. C. A., I; 

Sigma Theta Pledge, I. 



BRADLEY HOGG 

Hawkinsville, Ga. 

Company "C"; Sigma Theta Pledge, I, 2. 

W. DIXON HOGG 
Ellaville, Ga. 

Company "C"; Musketry Team; Sigma Theta 
Pledge, I, 2. 

JOSEPH C. HOLBROOK 
Royston, Ga. 

Staff Sergeant, Band; Camera Club; Y. M. 
C. A., I, 2; Rex Club Member, I, 2. 



L. ELMO HOLT 
Savannah, Ga. 

Second Lieutenant, Company "A"; CYCLOPS 

Staff, 2; Y. M. C. A., 2; Rex Club Pledge, 

President, I. 



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DAVIS C. HORNIBROOK 
Decatur, Ga. 

Drum Major, Band; Sigma Theta Pledge, I, 
Member, 2. 



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WILLIAM HILL HOSCH, JR. 
Decatur, Ga. 

Sigma Theta Pledge, I, Men 
ber, 2. 



RAYMOND G. HUDSON 

Blue Ridge, Ga. 

Company "C"; Sigma Theta Member, I, 2. 





JOHN B. HULSEY 
Gainesville, Ga. 
Company "C." 



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DeWITT CLINTON HUNT, JR. 
College Park Ga. 

Captain, Staff; Corporal, Company "B," I ; 
Officers' Club; Y. M. C. A., I, 2; Sigma 
Theta, I, Vice-President, 2; Corporals' Club, I. 



RICHARD A. HUNT 
Carnal, Ga. 

'B"; Camera Club; Sigma Theta 
Pledge, I, 2, 



DELBERT F. JOHNSTON 
Macon, Ga. 

Staff Sergeant, Company "B"; Rifle Team; 
y. M. C, A., 2; Sigma Theta Pledge, I, 2. 



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FRANCIS JONES 
Chatsworth, Ga. 

Second Lieutenant, Band; Generals; Men's 
Glee Club, I, 2; Choral Club, 2. 



RALPH PARKS JONES 
Albany, Ga. 

Sergeant, Band; Men's Glee Club, I, 2; 
Sigma Theta Pledge, I, 2. 



WILLIAM KILPATRIC JORDAN 

Wrens, Ga. 
Company "D"; Y. M. C. A., 2. 



CLYDE J. KING 
Homerville, Ga. 
Company "C." 




HENRY GRADY LAY 
Calhoun, Ga. 

Company "A"; Y. M. C. A., I, 2; Rex Club 
Pledge, I, 2. 



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OSCAR L. LEATHERS 
Decatur, Ga. 

Staff Sergeant, Company "C"; Rex Club 
Pledge, I, 2. 



JAMES MORGAN LINDSEY 
Danburg, Ga. 

Company "C"; Y. M. C. A., 2; Sigma Theta 
Pledge, I; Camera Club. 



WOODFIN E. LIPHAM 

LaGrange, Ga. 

Sergeant, Company "A"; Y. M. C. A., 2. 

JAMES LEONARD LONG 
Dublin, Ga. 

Sergeant, Company "A"; Y. M. C. A.; Re 
Club Pledge, I, 2. 



EUGENE STONE LOVE 
Newnan, Ga. 

First Sergeant, Band; Rifle Team; Y. M. C. 
A., I; Chairman, Publicity Committee, 2. 



JOHN DAVID LUKE, JR. 
Nashville, Ga. 

Sergeant, Company "B"; Sigma Theta Pedge, 
I, Member, 2. 




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JAMES ROBERT McCOY 
Woodbury, Ga. 
Company "B." 

JOHN DUNWOODY McMANUS 
Macon, Ga. 

Second Lieutenant, Company "D"; Y. M. C. 
A., I, 2; Sigma Theta Member, I. 



FRED S. MANN 
Conyers, Ga. 

Sergeant, Company "D"; Y. M. C. A., 2; 
Rex Cub, I, Member, 2. 





OSCAR HOMER MARSH 
Macon, Ga. 

Corporal, Company "D," I ; Corporals' Club, I ; 
Captain Ad|utant, S-l, StafF; Dramatic Club, 
2; "D" Club, 2: Rifle Team: Officers' Club; 
Men's Glee Club, I; Sigma Theta Pledge, 
I, 2. 



JACK MALVERSON MARTIN 
Decatur, Ga. 

Company "B ": Sigma Ttieta Member, I, Se 
geant-at-Arms, 2. 



LEWIS A. MATTHEWS 
Decatur, Ga. 

Sergeant, Company "C": Sigma Theta 
Pledge, I, Member, 2. 



WILLIAM WINFIELD MEADORS 
Albany, Ga. 

Staff Sergeant, Company "C"; CYCLOPS 
Staff, 2; BUGLER Staff, 2; Musketry Team; 
y. M. C. A., I, 2; Rex Club, Member, I, Sec- 
retary, 2; Pan-Hellenic Council. 




DUNCAN V. NESBIT 
Cordele, Ga. 

Staff Sergeant, Company "A": Rex Club 
Pledge, I. 



HARRIS MIDDLETON 
Ramhurst, Ga. 
Company "D." 



JOHN FRANK MILLER 

Nashville, Ga. 

Sergeant, Company "B": Y. M. C. A., I, 2. 



WILBURN EUGENE MOBLEY 
Sylvania, Ga. 

Company "C"; BUGLER Staff, 2; Dramatic 
Club, I, 2: Debate Club, I, 2. 



WESLEY CULPEPPER MURPHY 

Fayettcvillc, Ga. 

Company "C": Sigma Theta Pledge, I. 




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ROBERT JOEL NEWSOM 
Union Point Ga. 

Company "C": Musketry Team; Rex Club 
Pledse, I. 



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GAIL MERRILL OSTERHOUT 

Raymond, Ga. 

Color Sergeant, Company "C": Camera Club. 

LAMAR OVERSTREET 
Baxley, Ga. 

First Lieutenant, Company "D": Dramatic 
Club, 2; Men's Glee Club, I. 



WENDELL PEAVy 

Unadilla, Ga. 

Company "8": Sigma Theta, I. 



H. H. PIERCE 
Warrenton, Ga. 

Staff Sergeant, Company "8"; Sigma Theta 
Pledge, 2. 



WILLIAM W. PERRY 
Thomaston, Ga. 

Captain, Company "C"; Officers' Club, Vice- 
President; y. M. C. A., I, 2; Sigma Theta, 
Secretary, 2; Pan-Hellenic Council, Secretary. 



80B PITTMAN 
Woodbury, Ga. 

Captain, Staff, S-2: Company 8- 1 ; CYCLOPS 
Staff, Associate Editor, I; Editor-in-Chief, 2. 
8UGLER Staff, Feature Editor, 2: Officers' 
Club: Sigma Theta Member, I, Chaplain, 2. 



CHARLES F. POPE, JR. 
Dublin, Ga, 

Captain, Company "A," Corporal, I; Cor- 
porals' Club, I; Officers' Club, 2; Y. M. C. 
A., 2; Rex Club Pledge, I, Member and 
Vice-President, 2. 



HOWARD T. PRATER 

Clayton, Ga. 

Company "A"; Y. M. C. A. 

E. L. PRINCE, JR. 
Morganton, Ga. 

Company "A"; "D" Club, 2; Y. M. C. A., I; 
Sigma Theta Pledge, I. 




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GEORGE W. RICHARDSON 

Toccoa, Ga. 

Sergeant, Company "D": Rex Club Mennbcr, 



HAL B. RHODES, JR. 
Suwanee, Ga. 

Company "A"; Camera Club; Sigma Thcta 
Pledge, I, 2. 



ELGIN BURNEY RITTENBERRY 
Macon, Ga. 

Company "B"; BUGLER Staff, Sports Editor 
"D" Club, I, 2; Sigma Theta Member. 



GRADY ROBERTS 
LaFayette, Ga. 

Sergeant, Company "C"; Rex Club, I, 2; 
Y. M. C. A., I, 2. 



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E. WINN ROBERTS 
Monroe, Ga. 

First Lieutenant, Company "B"; Y. M. C. A., 
I, 2; Sigma Theta Pledge, I, 2. 



P. J. ROGERS 

Covington, Ga. 

Company "D"; Rex Club Pledge, I, 2. 



TRAVIS A. SANDERS 
Winder, Ga. 
First Sergeant, Company "A"; Y. M. C. A., 



ROBERT L. SCRUGGS 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Company "A"; "D" Club. I, 2; Y. M. C. A., 
I; Rex Club Pledge, I. 




CHARLES F. SORROW 
Jetsey, Ga. 

Serseant, Company "A": "D" Club, 2: V. M. 
C. A., I, Secretary, 2. 



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THOMAS ROOKS SMITH 
Thomasville, Ga. 

Company "A"; Dramatic Club, 2; Rifle Team; 
Men's Glee Club, I. 



LEE SORRELLS 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Captain, Company "B," Corporal, I ; Cor- 
porals' Club, I; BUGLER Staff, Reporter, 2; 
"D" Club, 2; Rifle Team, Manager: Officers' 
Club, Secretary: Y. M. C. A., 2: Sigma Theta 
Pledge, I, Member, Treasurer, 2: Pan-Hellenic 
Council, Treasurer. 



WILLIAM McLEROV SORRELLS 
Macon, Ga. 

Band: Camera Club: Glee Club, I. 2: Choral 

Club, 2; y. M, C. A., I: Sigma Thcta 

Pledge, I. 



CARLTON E. STEVENS 
Macon, Ga. 

Second Lieutenant, Company "C" 
Theta Pledge, I. 



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LEONARD W. STANLEY 

Lyons, Ga. 

Company "B." 



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THOMAS ALTON STEWART 

Blue Ridge, Ga. 

Company "C"; Sigma Theta Pledge, I. 

WALTER O. STRICKLAND 

Glennville, Ga. 
Sergeant, Company "D." 



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JAMES BRANDON SWINT 
Chipley, Ga. 

Sergeant, Company "D": CYCLOPS Staff, 2: 
Y. M. C. A., I. 



J. C. TANKSLEY 
Alto, Ga. 

Captain, Staff, S-3: Dramatic Club, 2; Camera 

Club: "D" Club, President, 2; Officers' Club, 

Treasurer: Y. M. C. A., I, Treasurer, 2: Sigma 

Theta Pledge, I, 2. 





CORBETT HILSMAN THIGPEN 
Macon, Ga. 

Serseant, Company "B"; Camera Club: V. M. 
C. A., 2; Sigma Theta Plcdsc I. 



GENE P. THOMASON 

Canton, Ga. 

Company "B"; Rex Club Member, I, 2. 



HUGH MAXON THOMASON 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Second Lieutenant, Company "D": CYCLOPS 

Staff, 2; BUGLER Staff, 2: Men's Glee Club, 

I, 2: Choral Club, 2: Y. M. C. A., 2. 



CLAUDE M. THOMPSON 
Maysville, Ga. 

Company "A"; Y. M. C. A., I, 2: Rex Club 
Pledge, I. 



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FRANK THOMPSON 

McRae, Ga. 

Company "C"; Sigma Theta Member, I, 2. 



CLARENCE ROLAND VAUGHN 
Conyers, Ga. 

Company "C"; Musketry Team; Rifle Team; 

Generals; Y. M. C. A., I, 2; Rex Club 

Pledge, I, 2. 



JAMES H. WALDEN 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Sergeant, Company "B"; Y. M. C. A., I, 2; 
Sigma Theta Pledge, I. 



SIDNEY LANIER WATERHOUSE 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Sergeant, Company "D"; Dramatic Club, 1; 
Y. M. C. A., I. 




EDWARD H. WHIDDON 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Sergeant, Company "C"; Camera Club; Mus- 
ketry Team. 



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H. B. WHITAKER 

Flovilla, Ga. 

Sergeant, Company "A"; Y. M. C. A. 



WILLIAM THOMAS WILEY 

Covington, Ga. 

First Lieutenant, Company "A.' 



BOB WILLETS 
Vidalia, Ga. 

Sergeant, Company "A"; Dramatic Club; V. 
M. C. A., I, President, 2. 



JOHN ALLISON WILSON 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Sergeant, Company "C"; Camera Club; Y. M. 
C. A., I, 2; Rex Club Member, 2. 



JAMES EDWARD WIMPY 
Dahlonega, Ga. 
Company "B." 




ERNEST WITHOLTER 
Attapulgus, Ga. 
Company "B." 



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GENE WOOD, JR. 
Baxley, Ga. 

Sergeant, Company "B"; Camera Club; Dra- 
matic Club: Rifle Team, I. 



CHARLES H. WOODLIFF 

Flowery Branch, Ga. 

Company "D"; "D" Club, I, 2. 



CHARLES WARREN YOUNG 
Gainesville, Ga. 

Staff Sergeant, Company "C"; Y. M. C. A., 
I, 2; Sigma Theta Pledge, I. 





MARY ALICE ANDERSON 
Blue Ridge, Ga. 

Dramatic Club, I; Home Economics Club, 

Vice-President, I, Treasurer, 2; "Rec" Club, 

I, 2; Women's Glee Club, I, 2; Choral Club, 

I, 2: y. W. C. A., I, 2. 



THELMA FAYE ANDERSON 
Dahloncga, Ga. 



FRANCES MARIAN ARNOLD 
Philomath, Ga. 

Home Economics Club, I; "Rec" Club, I, 2; 
y. W. C. A., I, 2. 



RACHAEL BEATENBOUGH 
Smyrna, Ga. 



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FLORA BONNER 
Lavonia, Ga. 

BUGLER Staff, 2; Home Economics Club, I, 

2; "Rec" Club, I, Secretary, 2; Y. W. C. A., 

I, 2. 



BONNIE OVIA BROWN 

Nelson, Ga. 
Home Economics Club, I. 



PEARL BRUCE 
Dahlonega, Ga. 



GLADYS RUTH CARTER 
LaFayette, Ga. 

Home Economics Club, 2; Women's Glee 
Club, 2. 




MARIAN LOUISE CHAMBERS 
Dahloncga, Ga. 

Home Economics Club, i; "Rec" Club, I, 2; 
y. W. C. A., I, Secretafy and Treasurer, 2. 



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MARY THELMA CHAMBERS 
Lula, Ga. 

Home Economics Club, I, 2: "Rec" Club, I, 
2: y. W. C. A., I, President, 2. 



EVELYN VIRGINIA COLLINS 
Macon, Ga. 

Home Economics Club, I, 2; "Rcc" Club, I, 
2; y. W. C. A., I, 2. 



WYLENE THURSIA CONNER 
Cumming, Ga. 



SARA MADELENE COX 
Commerce, Ga. 

'Rec" Club, 2; Y. W. C. A., 2; Transfe 
Student, University of Georgia. 



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SARA MAE CROSS 
Godfrey, Ga. 

Home Economics Club, I; "Rcc" Club, I, 2; 
Y. W. C. A., 2. 



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MARY JO DALLY 
Social Circle, Ga. 

BUGLER Staff, 2; Home Economics Club, 

2: "Rec" Club, I, Vice-President, 2; Wo 

en's Glee Club, 2; Y. W. C. A., I, 2. 



DOROTHY WILL CORDELL 

Hartwell, Ga. 

Women's Glee Club, 2; 7. W. C. A., 2. 



CHRISTINE DANIEL 
Dahlonega, Ga. 



EMOGENL DAVIDSON 
Dahlonega, Ga. 

Dramatic Club, I, 2; "Rec" Club, I, 2: Wom- 
en's Glee Club, I, 2; Choral Club, I, 2; 
Y. W. C. A., I. 






MARIAN DAVIE 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Home Economics Club, I, 2; "Rec" Club, 
2: y. W. C. A., I, 2. 



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MARTHA BROWNLEE DEMPSEY 
Rome, Ga. 

Home Economics Club, I, 2: "Rec" Club, I, 
2; y. W. C. A., I, 2. 



KATHLEEN BILLIE DOB 
Dahloncsa, Ga. 



MARION M. DOBBS 
Dahlonega, Ga. 



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MYRAM EBERHARDT 

Gainesville, Ga. 

"Rec" Club, I, 2; Y. W. C. A., I, 2. 



JOY FLINT 
Mt. Ai(y, Ga. 

Dramatic Club, I; Home Economics Club, I; 

"Rec" Club, I; y. W. C. A., I; Transfer 

Student, Piedmont College. 



DOROTHY ALMA GREENE 

Tallapoosa, Ga. 

Transfer Student, Piedmont Collese. 



FANNIE BERNICE GRIFFIN 
Clermont, Ga. 

CYCLOPS Staff, 2; Home Economics Club, I, 

2; "Rec" Club, I, President, 2; Y. W. C. A., 

I, 2. 




LILLIAN JEAN GRIGGS 
Marietta, Ga. 

Home Economics Club, 1; "Rec" Club, I, 2: 
y. W. C. A., I, 2. 



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ELIZABETH HERNDON 
Hartwcll, Ga. 

■Rec" Club, I: Women's Glee Club, I, 2; 
Choral Club, I, 2; Y. W. C. A., I, 2. 



ELIZABETH REBECCA HICKS 
Decatur, Ga. 

Debate Club, President, 2; "Rec" Club, T, 2; 
Women's Glee Club, I, 2; Little Symphony, 
2; Chora! Club, I, 2; Y. W. C. A., I, Vice- 
President, 2. 



LYDIA ANNE HODGSON 
Gainesville, Ga. 

Home Economics Club, 2; "Rec" Club, 2: 

y. W. C. A., 2; Transfer Student, Brenau 

College. 



NELLE KESLER 
Talmo, Ga. 

Home Economics Club, I, 2; " 
2; Y. W. C. A., I. 



MARY FRANCES KILGORE 

Duluth, Ga. 

Women's Glee Club, I, 1; V. W. C. A., I. 



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SARA ELOISE KING 

Decatur, Ga. 

Home Economics Club, I, President, 2; "Rec" 

Club, I; Y. W. C. A., I, 2. 



JEANNE LACKEY 

Rome, Ga. 

'Rec" Club, I, 2; Y. W. C. A., I, 2. 



DOROTHY E. LEWIS 

Hartwcll, Ga. 

Y. W. C. A., I, 2. 



YVONNE LUNSFORD 
Dahlonega, Ga. 





DELIA LEE McCANN 
Ramhurst, Ga. 



GERTRUDE OTHELL MARTIN 
Hilton, Ga. 

Home Economics Club, I, 2; "Rcc" Club, I, 
2; y. W. C. A., I. 



JANE MATHIS 
Ashburn, Ga. 

■Rec" Club, I, 2; Women's Glee Club, I, 2; 
Choral Club, I, 2; V. W. C. A., I, 2. 



MARIAN MEEKS 
Nicholls, Ga. 

Camera Club; Home Economics Club, 2: 
"Rec" Club, I, 2; Y. W. C. A., I, 2. 



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MARGUERITE MOONE 

Tignall, Ga. 

y. W. C. A., I, 2. 



MARTHA SUE MOORE 
Athens, Ga. 

"Rcc" Club, I, Treasurer, 2; Women's Glee 

Club, I, 2; Choral Club, I, 2; V. W. C. A., 

I, 2. 



MINNIE LU MOORE 
Dahlonega, Ga. 

■Rec" Club, I, 2; Women's Glee Club, I, 2: 
Choral Club, 2; y. W. C. A., I. 



ADDIE LEE MULL 
Blue Ridge, Ga. 

'Rec" Club, 2; Transfer Student, Mar 
College. 




EMILY CLARA OWENS 
Ty Ty, Ga. 

Home Economics Club, I, 2: "Rec" Club, I, 
2; y. W. C. A., I, 2. 



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LOUISE V. PORTER 

Jefferson, Ga. 

■Rec" Club, I: y. W. C. A., I, 2. 



ALICE ELMA REID 
Dahlonega, Ga. 



MILDRED MARIE STATON 

Clermont, Ga. 

"Rec" Club, I; y. W. C. A., I, 2. 



MARy HELEN SCOTT 
Toccoa, Ga. 

Home Economics Club, I, 2; "Rec" Club, I, 
2; Y. W. C. A., I, 2. 



KATHERINE STONE 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Home Economics Club, I; "Rec" Club, I, 2: 
y. W. C. A., I, 2. 



DOROTHY MARIE SHORE 

Cornelia, Ga. 
Home Economics Club, I, 2. 



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JOSEPHINE ELIZABETH SUIT 

Hartwell, Ga. 

"Rec" Club, 2. 



SIBYL SUMMER 
Newnan, Ga. 



RUTH ECOLE TURNER 

Emma, Ga. 

Home Economics Club, 2. 





MARTHA TYNER 
Transfer Student, West Georgia College 



ELLORIE VAUGHN 

Cumming, Ga. 

Transfer Student, Oglethorpe University. 



WILLIE VAUSE 

Garfield, Ga. 
y. W. C. A., I. 



EULA FRANCES VICKERY 

Hartwell, Ga. 

■Rec" Club, I; Camera Club; Y. W. C. A., I. 



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GILLA DEAN WATKINS 
Ball Ground, Ga. 

Dramatic Club, 2: Home Economics Club, 2; 
"Rec" Club, 2; Y, W. C. A., 2; Transfer Stu- 
dent, G. S. C. W. 

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ELIZABETH WRIGHT 
Calhoun, Ga. 

BUGLER Staff, 2: Dramatic Club, 2; Debate 

Club, 2; "Rec" Club, 2: Women's Glee Club, 

I, 2; y. W. C. A., I, 2. 



CHRISTA WAYNE 
Flowery Branch, Ga. 

CYCLOPS Staff, 2; BUGLER Staff, 2; Hon 

Economics Club, I: Debate Club, 2: "Rei 

Club, I, 2; Y. W. C. A., I, 2. 



FRANCES NADINE CONNER 

Dahlonega, Ga. 

"Rec" Club; Y. W. C. A. 



MARGARET WILLIAMS 

Aragon, Ga. 

Camera Club; "Rec" Club, I, 2. 




MISS ELIZABETH KING 

Fort Gaines, Georsia 
MISS NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE 








MRS. O. D. CALHOUN 

Macon, Georgia 
SPONSOR OF THE FRESHMAN CLASS 




FKESIIMO nm OFFIIlEltS 



BILLY GENTRY President 

FRANK GARRISON Vice-President 

HUGH NORTH Secretary 

O.E.WILSON Treasurer 








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HURRAM MASON BARFIELD Hahira, Ga. 

Company "D": Camera Club; Men's Glee Club; Y. M. C. A.; Sigma 
Theta Pledge. 

W. DOUGLAS BARNETT Jefferson, Ga. 

Band; Men's Glee Club; Rex Club Pledge. 

WILLIAM IRWIN BARRETT, JR. Jersey, Ga. 

Company "A"; Y. M. C. A.; Sigma Theta Pledge. 

MARVIN H. BARRON Commerce, Ga. 

Company "8"; Y. M. C. A. 

JOHN MARK BATTSON Lavoma, Ga. 

Company "C"; Rex Club Pledge. 

EARL R. BECKHAM Dublin, Ga. 

Company "A"; Rex Club Pledge. 

ROY E. BEDINGFIELD Cadwell, Ga. 

Band; Rex Club Pledge. 

WILLIAM A. BELL Darien, Ga. 

Band. 

BASCOM HILL BIGGERS, III Avondale Estates, Ga. 

Company "C"; BUGLER Staff; Dramatic Club; Debate Club; Y. M. C. A.; 
Sigma Theta Pledge. 

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ANTONIO RAFAEL ACEVEDO Decatur, Ga. 

Company "B"; Y. M. C. A.; Sigma Theta Pledge. 

J. B. ADAMS Hull, Ga. 

Company "C"; Camera Club; Y. M. C. A.; Rex Club Pledge. 

ROBERT EUGENE ADAMS Atlanta, Ga. 

Company "A"; Camera Club. 

BILLY ADAMS T.gnall, Ga. 

Company "A"; Y. M. C. A.; Rex Club Pledge. 

GEORGE THEALL ALLEN Newnan, Ga. 

Company "B." 

JARRELL B. ANDERSON Blue Ridge, Ga. 

Company "C"; Y. M. C. A.; Sigma Theta Pledge. 

ROBERT L. ASH Lakemont, Ga. 

Company "B." 

LAWRENCE ASKEW Columbus, Ga. 

Company "A"; Y. M. C. A.; Rex Club Pledge. 

GEORGE RUEL BAGLEY Cumming, Ga. 

ROBERT COURTNEY BAILIE Augusta, Ga. 

Company "C"; Y. M. C. A. 

JAMES EMMETT BAIRD Decatur, Ga. 

Company "A"; Rex Club Pledge. 

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WALTER PARKS BLANTON 




ROBERT H. BRISENDINE 




WILLIAM B, CALHOUN 


Macon, Ga. 




Griffin, Ga. 




Columbus, Ga. 


Company "A"; Rex Club Pledse. 


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■npany "B": Camera Club: Y. M. C. A. 




Company "B." 


ARTHUR K. BOLTON 




CHARLIE A. BROWN 




JAMES HENRY CASH 


Griffin, Ga. 




DJIard, Ga. 




Rocky Ford, Ga. 


Company "D"; BUGLER Staff: Debate Club; 
y. M. C. A.; Sisma Theta Pledsc. 


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npany "A": Y. M. C. A.: Rex Club Pledge. 
ELMO HOOD BROWN 




Company "D": Y, M. C. A. 
BILLY CARLTON 


FRANK BOWMAN 




Cornelia, Ga. 




Union Point, Ga. 


Tifton, Ga. 


Company "B"; Camera Club: Y. M. C. A.: 




Company "C": Rex Club Pledge. 


Company "A": Sigma Theta Pledge. 




Sigma Theta Pledge. 




TROY CAUSBY 


EUGENE BOYD 




JAMES TUCKER BROWN 




Calhoun, Ga. 


Dunedin, Fla. 




Eton, Ga. 




Company "C." 


Company "C"; Y. M. C. A. 




Company "B": Sigma Theta Pledge. 




CARL F. CHAPMAN 


LEONARD G. BOYD 
Calhoun, Ga. 




DAN H. BURKE, JR. 
Rome, Ga. 


Cor 


Macon, Ga. 
npany "D": Sigma Theta Pledge Club 


Company "B." 




Company "D." 




Secretary. 


JOE BRANTLEY 




FRANK MONROE BUTLER 




GEORGE WALTER CHAUNCEY 
Valdosta, Ga. 


Avondale Estates, Ga. 
Company "C." 




Sylvester, Ga. 
Company •'A": Rex Club. 




Company "A": Y. M. C. A. 
JOHN PHILIP CHENEY, JR. 


EARNEST PAUL BRAY 




JAMES W. CAIN 




Marietta, Ga. 


Arnoldsville, Ga. 

y. M. C. A. 




Buford, Ga. 
Company "A": Rex Club Pledge. 


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npany "C": Rex Club: Y. M. C. A.: 
CYCLOPS Staff. 




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E. REYNOLDS DILLARD Washinston, Ga. 

Band: Generals. 

JAMES ROY DODD Demorest, Ga, 

Company "B," 

G, C. POSTER, JR. Monroe, Ga. 

Company "B"; Y. M. C. A.; Sisma Thcta Pledge. 

BRITT A. DORSEY Pitts, Ga. 

Company "A"; Y. M. C. A.; Rex Club Pledge. 

JAMES PRESTON DUCKETT Vinmg, Ga. 

Company "D." 

JOHN FRANK DUCKWORTH Hiawassee, Ga. 

Company "C" 

A. M. DURANT Valona, Ga. 

Company "A"; Rex Club Pledge. 

ANGELL JOSEPH DYER Dahlonega, Ga. 

Company "B"; Y. M. C. A.: Sigma Theta Pledge. 

OMER DEAN EDWARDS Auburn, Ga. 

Company "D." 

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BERKLEY CHENEY Macon, Ga. 

Company "D": Sigma Theta. 

GEORGE W. CHISM Nashville, Ga. 

Company "A"; Sigma Theta Pledge. 

JAMES L. CLARK Millcn, Ga. 

Company "A"; Rex Pledge Club Secretary. 

JOHN WESLEY CORBIN Rome, Ga. 

Company "A." 

PETE COWAN Covington, Ga. 

Company "A"; Rex Club Pledge. 

LEONARD ELMER CREW Whigham, Ga. 

Company "C"; Sigma Theta Pledge: Camera Club. 

ED CUNNINGHAM Hammond, Ind. 

Company "D"; Sigma Theta Pledge. 

ZEKE DAUGHTREY AdeL Ga. 

Band; Generals; Rex Club Pledge. 

JAMES EDWIN DAVIS Rome, Ga. 

Company "D." 

HERMAN PRESTON DeLaPIERRE Hoschton, Ga. 

Company "A"; Rex Club. 

ROBERT LEONARD DEARISO Sylvester, Ga. 

Company "A"; Sigma Theta Pledge. 

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S. B. ELLIS 

Pitts, Ga. 

Band: Y. M. C. A. 

JAMES MATTHEW ELROD 

Ringgold, G&. 

Company "A": Rex Club; Y. M. C. A. 

ROBERT OGDEN ENTZMINGER 
Hartsville, S. C. 

Company "C"; CYCLOPS Staff; Debate Club; 
Little Symphony; Men's Glee Club; Choral 
Club; Y. M, C. A.; Sigma Theta Pledge, 

JAMES HAMILTON ESTES 

Chiplcy, Ga. 

Company "A"; Rex Club Pledge. 

ROBERT HENRY FARRAR 
Avondale Estates, Ga. 

Company "A"; BUGLER Staff, Circulation; 
Y. M. C. A.; Rex Club Pledge. 

GEORGE R. FELLOWS 
Stevenson, Ala. 

Company "D"; Y. M. C. A.; Sigma Theta 

Pledge; Transfer Student, Young Harris 

College. 



LUTHER CLARENCE FITZGERALD 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Company "D"; BUGLER Staff; Sigma Theta 
Pledge. 



EDWIN L. FLANDERS 
Detroit, Mich. 

Company "C"; Generals; Little Symphony; 
Rex Club Pledge. 



JACK MORRIS FLETCHER 
Moultrie, Ga. 
Company "C." 

THOMAS SPURGEON FORD 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Company "D": Sigma Theta Pledge. 

JOHN K. FORRER 

Griffin, Ga. 

Company "B"; Sigma Theta Pledge. 

GEORGE FRANK GARRISON 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Company "C"; Rifle Team; Y. M. C. A. 
Sigma Theta Member. 



HAROLD L. GAY 
Trion, Ga. 

Band; Camera Club; Y. M. C. A.; Rex Club 
Pledge. 

BILLY GENTRY, III 
Macon, Ga. 

Dramatic Club, Property Manager; Sigma 
Theta Pledge. 

JOHN GERDINE, JR. 

Jersey, Ga. 

Company "C." 

HERBERT GLOVER 
Cleveland, Ga. 

Company "B"; Y. M. C. A.; Sigma Theta 
Pledge. 

CECIL G. GNANN 
Savannah, Ga. 

Company "A": Y. M. C. A.; Rex Club Mem- 
ber. 



MARION JACKSON GOBER 
Covington, Ga. 
Company "D." 



FRANK WILLIAMS FITCH 
Athens, Ga. 

Band; Little Symphony; Men's Glee Club: 
Y. M. C. A. 



CHARLES BEARDEN GAY 

Washington, Ga. 
Company "C": Y. M. C. A. 



BOBBY GRAVES 
Toccoa, Ga. 

and; Camera Club; Y. M. C. A.; Rex Club 
Member. 









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WILLIAM LINWOOD HILTON Ellaville, Ga. 

Company "B"; Sigma Thcta Pledge. 

EDWIN F. HOLCOMBE Canton, Ga. 

Company "B." 

PETE O. HOLLIDAY Macon, Ga. 

Company "C." 

HERMAN LLOYD HUFF Chatsworth, Ga, 

Band; Rex Club Pledge; Y. M. C. A.; STUDENT DIRECTORY Staff, 
Advertising Manager. 

BENNETT R. HUNTER Columbjs, Ga 

Company "D"; Men's Glee Club; Y. M. C. A. 

WILLIAM INGRAM Social Circle, Ga, 

Company "B." 

LEE V. IRVIN Cornelia, Ga, 

Company "B": Y. M. C. A. 

GEORGE D. JAILLET Tallapoosa, Ga 

Company "B." 

WILLIAM HULSEY JEFFARES Decatur, Ga 

Company "C": Sigma Theta Pledge. 

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MANNING GREEN Decatur, Ga. 

Company "A"; Sigma Theta Pledge. 

JAMES PRESTON GRIGGERS Thomaston, Ga. 

Company "B"; Sigma Theta Pledge. 

CLEVELAND DAVID GROVER Atlanta, Ga. 

Company "D "; Men's Glee Club. 

JOHN BAYNARD GUERARD Atlanta, Ga. 

Company "B"; Y. M. C. A.; Rex Club Pledge. 

JULIAN HALL Albany, Ga. 

Company "C"; Camera Club; Y. M. C. A.; Sigma Theta Pledge. 

BOB HALL Social Circle, Ga. 

Company "B"; Sigma Thcta Pledge. 

JOHNNY E. HARVEY, JR. Folkston, Ga. 

Company "D"; Y. M. C. A.; Rex Club Pledge. 

BENJAMIN EUGENE HATCHER, JR. Gnffm, Ga. 

Company "D"; Y. M. C. A. 

EDWARD M. HERRIN Wmder, Ga. 

Company "A"; Rex Club Pledge. 

BILLY CLAUDE HICKSON Hahira, Ga. 

Company "D"; Y. M. C. A.; Sigma Theta Pledge. 

WILLIAM N. HIGHSMITH Nahunta, Ga. 

Company "D," 






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DORSEY VICTOR JONES, JR. 




JOHN CECIL KERCE 




WILLIAM E. McDAVID, JR. 


Tallapoosa, Ga. 




Rome, Ga. 




Atlanta, Ga. 


Company "B.- 




Company "A." 




Company •'B." 


FRED JONES, JR. 

Dahlonega, Ga. 

Company "B"; Sigma Theta Pledge. 




GEORGE DEWEY KING, JR. 

Columbus, Ga. 

Band; Y. M. C. A. 




TOM McGEE 
Lawrenceville, Ga. 

Company "B"; Y. M. C. A.; Sigma Theta 
Pledge. 


LAWTON M. JONES, JR. 
Bainbndge, Ga. 




JENKINS O. KING 
Comer, Ga. 




NORMAN L. McLEOD 
Attapulgus, Ga. 


Band; CYCLOPS Staff; Y. M. C. A.; Sigma 
Thcta Pledge. 




Company "D": Y. M. C. A. 
JIMMY KNOX 




Company "D"; Sigma Theta Pledge. 
ROBERT E. MANN 


H. CLIFTON KEITH 

Ca-tersville, Ga. 

Company "D"; Y. M. C. A.; Camera Club. 


Coi 


Monroe, Ga. 

•npany "A"; Generals; Y. M. C. A.; 
Club Pledge. 

GEORGE HENDERSON LIPSCOMB 


Rex 


McRae, Ga. 

Company "A"; Camera Club; Y. M. C. A.; 
Sigma Theta Pledge. 

EMORY FULTON MARSHALL 


C. O. KELL 




Dahlonega, Ga. 




Tenmlle, Ga. 


Decatur, Ga. 


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3and: Dramatic Club; Men's Glee Clu 


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Company "D": Y. M. C. A.; Sigma Theta 


Company "D"; Sigma Theta Pledge. 








Pledge. 


TOM SLADE KEMP 

Pelham, Ga. 

Company "A"; Sigma Theta Pledge. 


Co, 


JAMES R. McCALLA 
Newnan, Ga. 

Tipany "D"; Camera Club; Y. M. C. 
Sigma Theta Pledge. 


A.; 


DUKE P. MARTIN 
Chictamauga, Ga. 

Company "A"; Y. M. C. A.; Sigma Theta 
Pledge. 


WARNER LEWIS KENNON 




CHARLES ALFRED McCLURE 
Canton, Ga. 




SAM MARTIN 


Statesboro, Ga. 
Company "A"; Rc« Club Pledge. 


Co. 

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-npany "B": CYCLOPS Staff; Dran 
b; Camera Club; Debate Club; Y. M. ( 


Tatic 

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Lawrenceville, Ga. 
Company "B"; Rex Club Pledge. 





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EDGAR NORMAN MATHIS, JR. Abbeville, Ga. 

Company "C." 

WILLIAM HENRY MATHIS Nashville, Ga. 

Company "A"; Sigma Theta Pledge. 

CALVIN S. MEEKS, JR. Nicholls, Ga. 

Company "B." 

J. L. MERCADANTE Glen Cove, New Yoric 

Dramatic Club; Y. M. C. A.: Sigma Theta Pledge. 

WILLIAM H. MERRIAM Columbus, Ga. 

Company "A"; Y. M. C. A.; Rex Club Member. 

W. H. MILLER Gainesville, Ga. 

Company "D"; Dramatic Club, Stage Electrician; Camera Club. 

SHOT C. MITCHELL Griffm, Ga. 

Company "D"; Y. M. C. A.; Sigma Theta Pledge. 

ROY E. MOORE Cummmg, Ga. 

Company "A"; Y. M. C. A. 

DOYLE E, MOTE Calhoun, Ga. 

Company "A"; Y. M. C. A.; Rex Club Pledge. 

DUGGAN MOYE Brcwton, Ga. 

Company "C"; Y. M. C. A.; Rex Club Pledge. 

GEORGE MULLING Baxley, Ga. 

Company "D." 



DEE MURPHY Talmo, Ga. 

Band. 

HAMIL MURRAY Danielsville, Ga. 

Company "B"; Litlle Symphony; Sigma Theta Pledge. 

HARRY DEE MURRAY Washington, D. C. 

Band; Little Symphony; Y. M. C. A.; Rex Club Pledge. 

JACK C. NIX Cleveland, Ga. 

Company "A." 

JONNY NORRIS Washington, Ga. 

Band; Y. M. C. A.; Rex Club Pledge. 

HUGH DAVIS NORTH Atlanta, Ga. 

Company "C"; Rifle Team; Sigma Theta Pledge. 

NATHANIEL ELDRIDGE PARKER, JR. Buena Vista, Ga. 

Company "A"; Men's Glee Club; Y. M. C. A. 

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN PARKS Maysville, Ga. 

Company "C"; Dramatic Club; Men's Glee Club; Choral Club; Y. M. 
C. A.; Sigma Theta Member. 

ARTHUR K. PAYNE Mount Airy, Ga. 

Company "B"; Sigma Theta Pledge. 

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TOP ROW (Left to right) 


MIDDLE ROW (Left to right) 


BOTTOM ROW (Left to right) 


JOHNNY PECK 


WILLIAM JAMES PHILLIPS 


ROLAND RANSOM 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Gainesville, Ga. 


Tate, Ga. 


Company "A": Y. M. C. A.; Rex Pledsc 
Club, Vice-President. 


Company "A"; Rex Club Pledge. 


Company "C." 




EDWARD B. PORTER 


SIDNEY NEWTON RICHARDSON 


BILLY PENLEY 


Thomasville, Ga. 


Villa Rica, Ga. 


Rome, Ga. 


Band; Rex Pledge Club, President. 


Company "A"; Rex Club Pledge. 


Company "D." 








WILLIAM CARSWELL PRIDGEN 


HOKE RIDDLE 


DORSEY PEPPERS 


Cordele, Ga. 


Alley, Ga. 


Social Circle, Ga. 


Band: y. M. C. A.; Sigma Theta Pledge. 


Company "D"; Y. M. C. A. 


Company "B." 

JAMES C. PERDUE 

Thomaston, Ga. 

Company "C": Sigma Theta Pledge. 


E. R. PULLEN 

Damascus, Ga. 

Band. 


GENE ROBERTS 
Middletown, Ohio 

Company "B"; Y. M. C. A.; Sigma Theta 
Pledge. 


QUENTON PERKINS 

Canton, Ga. 

Company "D." 


CLIFF RAY 

Baxley, Ga. 

Company "D." 


MERRILL ROBERTS 
Pinehurst, Ga. 
Company "C." 


CHARLES S. PHILLIPS 


JAMES BUTLER RAY, JR. 


GEORGE TYLER ROGERS 
Meridian, Ga. 


Crandall, Ga. 
Company "A"; Sigma Theta Pledge. 


Cordele, Ga. 
Company "B." 


Band: Little Symphony. 
EARLE RUCKER 


PEARCE K. PHILLIPS 


WESLEY M. RAINEY 


Elberton, Ga. 


Lithonia, Ga. 


Buena Vista, Ga. 


Company "D": Y. M. C. A.: Sigma Theta 


Company "C"; Rex Club Pledge. 


Company "C": Camera Club; Y. M. C. A. 


Pledge. 







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JACK T. SANDOW Decatjr, Ga. 

Company "D." 

BILL SCALES Perry, Fla. 

Company "C"; Camera Club; Y. M. C. A.; Sisma Thcta Pledge. 

JAMES DOUGLAS SHANNON, JR. Jeffersonville, Ga. 

Company "D"; Rex Club Pledge. 

JIM HADDACK SHEPPARD, JR. Edison, Ga. 

Company "D"; Rex Club Pledge. 

LEWIS ROGER SLATON East Pomt, Ga. 

Band; Y. M. C. A.; Rex Club Pledge. 

DALE SMITH Lawrenceville, Ga. 

Company "B"; Camera Club; Rex Club Pledge. 

EARL DANIEL SMITH Valdosta, Ga. 

Company "D"; Sigma Theta Pledge. 

FRED HARVEY SMITH Atlanta, Ga. 

Company "B"; Sigma Theta Pledge. 



MARION J. SMITH Clayton, Ga. 

Company "B." 

WILLIAM SWIFT SMITH Decatur, Ga. 

Band: Camera Club; Generals; Sigma Thcta Pledge. 

FREDERICK CYRIL SNELL Snellville, Ga. 

Company "D' ; Sigma Theta Pledge. 

DAN GOSSETT SYFAN Commerce, Ga. 

Company "C." 

DALLAS G. THACKER Tate, Ga. 

Company "A." 

DAVID F. THOMPSON Winder, Ga. 

Company "A"; Rex Club Pledge. 

DANIEL EUGENE THOMPSON, JR. Pmchurst, Ga. 

Company "B." 

GEORGE THOMPSON Winder, Ga. 

Company "A"; Rifle Team; Rex Club Pledge. 

EARL HAWKINS TILFORD Atlanta, Ga. 

Company "C"; Sigma Theta Pledge. 

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TOP ROW (Left to right) 

JASPER ALFRED TILLY 

Decatur, Ga. 

Sigma Theta Pledge. 



MIDDLE ROW (Left to right) 

EDWIN RUTHVEN WALLACE, III 

Isabella, Tenn. 

Band; Little Symphony; Sigma Theta Pledge 



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BOnOM ROW (Left to right) 

JOHN THOMAS WHITTLE, JR. 

Brunswiek, Ga. 

Company "D": Sigma Theta Pled; 



GEISE USRV 

Sm.thville, Ga. 

Company "D"; Sigma Theta Pledge. 

JAMES W. VALENTINE 

Bainbfidge, Ga. 

Company "A"; Sigma Theta Pledge. 

HARACE MAC VANDIVIERE 
Albany, Ga. 

Company "C": Camera Club; Debate Club; 
Rex Club; y. M. C. A. 



ROBERT E. WALLACE 

Rutledge, Ga. 

Company "B"; Sigma Theta Pledge. 

WILLIAM B. WALTON, JR. 

Homerville, Ga. 
Company "D"; Y. M. C. A. 

RAYMOND WATERS 

Sylvania, Ga. 

Company "C"; Men's Glee Club. 



JUDSON STANLEY WILKES 

Adel, Ga. 

Company "A." 

DONALD WILLIS 
Nashville, Ga. 
Company "A." 

MILLARD N. WILLIAMS 

Thomaston, Ga. 

Company "C"; Sigma Theta Pledge. 



JAMES DISON VEAL 

Royston, Ga. 
Band; Rex Club Pledge. 



PAUL WEBB 
Lavonia, Ga. 

Band; Camera Club; Generals: Sigma Theta 
Pledge. 



O. E. WILSON, JR. 

Thomaston, Ga. 

Company "C": Sigma Theta Pledge 



JACK M. WALL 

Jeffersonville, Ga. 

Company "D"; Rex Club Pledge. 

THOMAS A. WALL 

Blue Ridge, Ga. 

?and: Little Symphony; Sigma Theta Pledge 



CARLTON J. WELLBORN 

Gainesville, Ga. 

Company "A"; Rex Club Pledge. 

MARTIN WHITE 

Hartwell, Ga. 

Company "C"; Y. M. C. A. 



JOHN EUGENE WOOD 

Marietta, Ga. 
Company "C '; Y. M. C. A. 

NORMAN M. WOOD 
Tallapoosa, Ga. 
Company "B." 




FKESIIMitl CO-EDS 




LELA ALLISON Clarkesvillc, Ga. 

Dramatic Club; Home Economics Club; Debate Club, Secretary; Women's 
Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. 

BARBARA FRANCES BAILEY Aususta, Ga. 

"Rcc" Club; Y. W. C. A. 

RUBY MAE BLISSITT Ccdartown, Ga. 

"Rec" Club; Y. W. C. A. 

JANIE LOU BROWN Summit, Ga. 

Y. W. C. A. 

MARTHA BROWN Martin, Ga. 

Home Economics Club; "Rcc" Club; Y. W. C. A. 

VIRGINIA WALKER BROWN Bowman, Ga. 

Camera Club; Home Economics Club; "Rec" Club; Y. W. C. A. 

SARA ANNE BRYANT Maxcys, Ga. 

"Rec" Club. 

REBIE CARLISLE Flowery Branch, Ga. 

Dramatic Club; "Rec" Club; Y. W. C. A. 

KATHERINE CLARK Macon, Ga. 

"Rec" Club: Y. W. C. A. 

KATHRYN COFER Decatur, Ga. 

Camera Club; "Rec" Club: Y. W. C. A. 

GRACE DAVIS Ways.de, Ga. 

Camera Club; "Rcc" Club: Y. W. C. A. 

NELLIE AURORA DOCKERY Dahlonesa, Ga. 



CECELIA DOWNS Conyers, Ga 

BARBARA ELDER Watlcmsvillc, Ga 

"Rec ' Club; Y. W. C. A. 

LILLOUISE ELLIOTT Dahloncga, Ga 

BEATRICE ESCO Lexington, Ga 

ALLINE FITE Dahlonega, Ga 

Dramatic Club: "Rec" Club; Women's Glee Club; Choral Club. 

WILLENE FLANNIGAN Greshamville, Ga 

"Rec" Club; Y. W. C. A. 

WYLEY MAVE FLETCHER Moultrie, Ga 

Women's Glee Club: Y. W. C. A. 

MARTHA SUE FREEMAN Greshamville, Ga 

"Rec" Club: Women's Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. 

SARAH ANN GARDNER Rossville, Ga 

Home Economics Club; "Rec" Club; Y. W. C. A. 

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TOP ROW (Lcit to right) 

CAROL HARDING 
Decatur, Ga. 

Home Economics Club; "Rec" Club: Wom- 
en's Glee Club; Choral Club; Y. W. C. A. 



IDA VIRGINIA HARRELL 
Jeffersonville, Ga. 

Home Economics Club; "Rec" Club; 
y. W. C. A. 



LOUISE HARVEY 
Carlton, Ga. 



MIDDLE ROW (Left to right) 

GRACE MARIE KEMP 

Woodstock, Ga. 

Home Economics Club; Y. W. C. A. 

CATHERINE BANTA KING 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Dramatic Club; "Rec" Club; Y. W. C. A. 

ELIZABETH KING 
Fort Gaines, Ga. 

Dramatic Club; Debate Club; "Rec" Club- 
y. W. C. A. 



BOnOM ROW (Left to right) 

ANNA LOUISE McKINNEY 
Ball Ground, Ga. 

MARY ELIZABETH MADDOX 

Dalton, Ga. 

"Rec" Club; y. W. C. A. 

AUDREY RUTH MAY 
Adairsville, Ga. 

■Rec" Club; Women's Glee Club; 
y. W. C. A. 



JANE HAYNIE 

Dahlonega, Ga. 

"Rec" Club; y. W. C. A. 

MARY HEMBREE 
Atlanta, Ga. 
Dramatic Club. 

FRANCES JEANETTE HICKS 

Lavonia, Ga. 

"Rec" Club; Y. W. C. A. 



GLORIA KELLY 
Vienna, Ga. 



JENELLE LACEY 

Pitts, Ga. 

"Rec" Club; Y. W. C. A. 

BONNELLE J. LAWSON 

Gainesville, Ga. 
"Rec" Club; Y. W. C. A. 

SARA LEE LIPSCOMB 
Maysville, Ga. 
y. W. C. A. 

MARY FRANCES McFARLAND 
Fayetteville, Ga. 

y. w. c. A. 



ROBERTA MOORE 

Dahlonega, Ga. 

Camera Club; "Rec" Club; Little Symphony. 

SARA EARL MOORHEAD 

Buckhead, Ga. 
"Rec" Club; Y. W. C. A. 



RACHEL MORRISON 
Chatsworth, Ga. 



DOROTHY HAZEL MOTE 

Acworth, Ga. 

Home Economics Club; Y. W. C. A. 




FKOHMO COOS 




DEANIE MURPHY Talmo, Ga. 

KATHERINE ELIZABETH NANCE Gainesville, Ga. 

"Rcc" Club; y. W. C. A. 

FARRELL OWENS Dahlonega, Ga. 

Home Economics Club; "Rec" Club; Women's Glee Club. 

WYLETTE PAYNE Camesville, Ga. 

Home Economics Club; "Rec" Club; Y. W. C. A. 

HELEN JEANETTE PIERCE Eton, Ga. 

"Rec" Club: y. W. C. A. 

THEDA LUCILE ROCHESTER Gamesville, Ga. 

VIRGINIA VERNON SAUNDERS Macon, Ga. 

■■'Rec" Club; Y. W. C. A. 

EVIE SHANNON Fairbum, Ga. 

Y, W. C. A. 

CAROLYN SHEALY Sandersville, Ga. 

MARY SHORE Baldwm, Ga. 

"Rcc" Club; Women's Glee Club; Choral Club. 

SUSY REBEKAH SLATON Dawsonville, Ga. 

"Rec" Club: Y. W. C. A. 

JO MAE SMITH Toccoa, Ga. 

Dramatic Club; Debate Club; "Rec" Club; Women's Glee Club: Choral 
Club: Y. W. C. A. 



SUSIE SMITH Clayton, Ga. 

"Rec" Club: y. W. C. A. 

CELESTE STEPHENS Lavoma, Ga. 

Camera Club; Women's Glee Club. 

KATHERYN ELIZABETH SWINT Chipley, Ga. 

Dramatic Club; Y. W. C. A. 

OLA MAE TANKSLEY Alto, Ga. 

SARA ALICE VICKERY Hartwell, Ga. 

MARY BEATRICE WARMACK Dawsonville, Ga. 

Camera Club: Women's Glee Club. 

ADELINE WEBSTER Sandersville, Ga. 

LUCILLE WIGGINS Sandersville, Ga. 

BARBARA LOUISE WOODALL Fairbum, Ga. 

"Rec" Club: Y. W. C. A. 





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P. M. S. & T. 



SERGEANT R. S. McCONNELL 
ASSISTANT P. M. S. & T. 



TRAINING 



North Georgia College was originally organized and administered on a military basis which system has 
prevailed from the date of its founding. 

The college has been classified by the United States Government as an "essentially military college/' 
being one of eight colleges in the United States so designated. It is the only one in Georgia, and, since 
"essentially military colleges" endeavor to emulate the traditions of West Point, North Georgia College 
has well been called "Georgia's West Point." 

These titles are upheld through the Military Instructors, Major Matthews and Sergeant McConnell, 
who prepare an excellent training program for the Cadet Corps, and through the Cadet Officers and Non- 
commissioned Officers who carry out that program. 




HONOR COMPANY PASSES IN REVIEW 



INSPECTION 




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MRS. A. B. GRIGGERS. SR 

Thomaston, Georgia 
SPONSOR OF THE BATTALION 



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MISS ELOISE DAVIS 

Ellijay, Geors'ia 
SPONSOR OF THE BATTALION STAFF 



B A T T ,i L I (I I STAFF 



LIEUTENANT COLONEL GRIGGERS Commander 



MAJOR BOYD Executive Officer 



CAPTAIN MARSH S-l 



CAPTAIN TANKSLEY S-3 



CAPTAIN PITTMAN S-2 



CAPTAIN HUNT S-4 




LIEUTENANT COLONEL GRIGGER 
Battalion Commander 





CHURCH FORMATION 



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MISS MONTEZ CALHOUN 

Dalton, Georgia 
SPONSOR OF THE BAND 





MISS SUSIE SMITH 

Clayton, Georsia 
SPONSOR OF COMPANY ''A 



MISS BONNELLE LAWSON 

Gainesville, Georgia 
SPONSOR OF COMPANy "B" 





MISS KATHERINE CLARK 

Macon, Georgia 
SPONSOR OF COMPANy "C" 



MRS. B. H. FLANDERS 

Dahlonega, Georgia 
SPONSOR OF COMPANV "D' 





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ADAMS, C. F. 


GRAVES, B. 


PRIDGEN,W.C. 


BARNETT, W. D. 


GRAVES, J. 


SLATON,L. 


BEDINGFIELD, R. 


HAMILTON,]. 


SORRELLS, M. 


BELL W. A. 


HOLBROOK.J.C. 


SMITH, E. 


COLEMAN, F. 


JONES, R. 


SMITH, S. 


DAUGHTREY, Z. 


JONES, L 


SUDDATH,W.O 


DILLARD, E. R. 


KING,G.D. 


TILLY, J. 


ELLIS, S. B. 


LIPSCOMB, G. 


VEAL, J. 


FITCH, F. W. 


MURPHY, D. 


WALL, T. 


FOSTER, R.C. 


MURRAY, H. 


WALLACE, E. 


GAY, H. 


NORRIS.J. 
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Reverence thy name 
Strive for thy glory 
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Loyal forever 
We'll be to thee 
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SERGEANT LIPHAM Line Sergeant 



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PARKER, E. 




PHILLIPS, W. 


SCRUGGS, R. 




MOTE, D. 


BECKHAM, E. 




KNOX, J. 


HARPER 




PECK, J. 


ELROD, J. 




KEITH 


NIX, J. 




WELLBORN, C. 


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PRINCE, E.L, 


BROGDON, E. K 




THOMPSON, D 


KERCE, J. 




CORBIN, J. 


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BLANTON, P. 




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SERGEANT NESBITT Staff Sergeant 

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SERGEANT WILLETS Line Sergeant 



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ADAMS, R.E. 


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FIRST PLATOON 

SECOND LIEUTENANT BONNER Platoon Leader 

SERGEANT PIERCE Staff Sergeant 

SERGEANT THIGPEN Line Sergeant 

SERGEANT FLEMING Line Sergeant 



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SGT. MILLER 
HUNT, R. HOLCOMBE, E. 

JONES, D. BROWN, E.H. 

WOOD, N. JAILLETT, G. 

McDAVID, W. JONES, F. 



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SGT. LUKE 
BRADLEY, R. PAYNE, A. 

CHRISTIAN, E. GLOVER, H. 

BROWN, T. MEEKS, C. 

CALHOUN, W. McCLURE, C. 



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SGT. RITTENBERRY 
HOSCH,W. MORRISON, J. 

ALLEN, T. MURRAY, H. 

THOMPSON, E. WALLACE, R. 
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SERGEANT JOHNSTON Staff Sergeant 

SERGEANT CONNELL Line Sergeant 

SERGEANT GILLHAM Line Sergeant 



First Squad 

SGT. WALDEN 
GARRARD, E. ASH, R. 

McKIBBEN, R. HOBBS, R. 

MARTIN, S. STORy, G. 

SMITH, D. DOSTER, G. 



Second Squad 

SGT, G. WOOD 
HEARN,J. McGEE, T. 

HALL, R. BOYD, L. 

ROBERTS, G. DODD, R. 

ARNOLD, J. GRIGGERS, P. 



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SGT. McCOY 
BRIDGES, P. SMITH, M. 

BARRON, H. BROWN, E. 

ALLEN, C.R. ACEVEDO, A. 

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FIRST PLATOON 

SECOND LIEUTENANT HAMMOND . . . 

SERGEANT YOUNG 

SERGEANT WILSON 

SERGEANT WHIDDON 



First Squad 
SGT. BATCH ELOR 
HALL WATERS, R. 

GAY FLETCHER, J. 

GARRISON NORTH, H. 

HUDSON HAYES, J. 

PITTARD 



Second Squad 
SGT. CARTWRIGHT 
CREW, E. WOOD, J. 



Platoon Leader 
. Staff Sergeant 
. Line Sergeant 
. Line Sergeant 



ENTZMINGER 
VANDIVIERE 
NEWSOM 
SKELTON, E. 



KING.C. 
TILFORD, E. 
LEATHERS, O. 



Third Squad 

SGT. HOLLINGSWORTH 
PARKS. B. DUCKWORTH 

WHITE RANSOM 

MERCER, D. GERDINE 

MURPHY, W. BRACEWELL 

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Second in Command 

First Sergeant 

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SECOND PLATOON 

SECOND LIEUTENANT STEVENS Platoon Leader 

SERGEANT MEADORS Staff Sergeant 

SERGEANT BERNAL Line Sergeant 

SERGEANT BURT Line Sergeant 



First Squad 

SGT. S. DOOLEY 
LINDSEy,J. RAINEY 

PERDUE ROBERTS, M. 

CAUSBV WILLIAMS 

HGLLIDAY VAUGHN 



Second Squad 

SGT. G. ROBERTS 
CARLTON HUFF 

BATTSON PHILLIPS, P. K. 

HALL, J. L. BRANTLEY 

MABLEY THOMPSON, F. 



Third Squad 

SGT. MATTHEWS 
ANDERSON, J. B. GENTRY 
BAILIE MOYE 

CARNES BIGGERS 

SCALES HOGG, B. 




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FIRST PLATOON 

SECOND LIEUTENANT THOMASON Platoon Leader 

SERGEANT GRAVES Staff Sergeant 

SERGEANT DAY Line Sergeant 

SERGEANT STRICKLAND Line Sergeant 



First Squad 

SGI. CROSS 



Second Squad 
SGT. J.DAVIS 



BARFIELD 

HATCHER 

HUNTER 

McELHENNEY 

KELL 



ELLIS 
USRY 

FETNER 
RUCKER 



GROVER 
MULLING 
BURKE 
MILLS 



RUSSELL 
SHANNON 
SMITH 
CHASTAIN 



Third Squad 

SGT. WATERHOUSE 
GOBER HIGHSMITH 

PENLEY CHENEY 

DUCKETT FITZGERALD 

CHAPMAN JORDAN 

BOLTON 





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SECOND PLATOON 

SECOND LIEUTENANT McMANUS Platoon Leader 

SERGEANT BROWN Staff Sergeant 

SERGEANT SWINT Line Sergeant 

SERGEANT MANN Line Sergeant 



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KEITH 


SYFAN, D. 


COOK, O. 


PERKINS 






YOUNG 


JONES, J. 




WHITTLE 


SANDOW, J. 


SHEPPARD 


McCALLA 






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MIDDLETON 




MARSHALL 


THOMPSON, R.L. 


WALL, J. M. 


MILLER 






MERCADANTE 


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DUGGAN 


KING, J. O. 


BAGLEY 


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Baldwin, Georgia 
SPONSOR OF THE CYCLOPS 




CYCLOPS STAFF 



BOB PITTMAN 
Editor-in-Chief 

SAM HINSON 
Business Manager 

C. J. DISMUKES Advisor to the Editor 

J. C. BARNES Business Advisor 



The CYCLOPS is the annual publication of the Cadets and Co-eds of 
North Georgia College 



FLORA BONNER Assistant Edito 

JAMIE CONNELL Feature Editor 

SYD DOOLEY Sports Editor 

ROBERT ENTZMINGER Layout Editor 

HUGH GILLHAM Snapshot Editor 

CECIL GNANN Assistant Business Manager 

HAPPY GRIFFIN Assistant Business Manager 

ELMO HOLT Assistant Business Manager 

LAWTON JONES Makeup Editor 

WINFIELD MEADORS .... Assistant Business Manager 

ROBERTA MOORE Snapshot Editor 

BEN PARKS Associate Editor ^, 

BRANDON SWINT Makeup Editor ^ / j 

CHRISTA WAYNE Sports Editor ifflbr •^ * 





MRS 



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Nashville, Georgia 
SPONSOR OF THE CADET BUGLER 




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JAMIE CONNELL 
Editor-in-Chief 

JACK GRAVES 
Business Manager 



SERGEANT McCONNELL 



Faculty Advisor 



Published every three weeks by the students of North Georgia College, to express the unbiased opinion 
of the students, establish high standards of conduct, scholarship and sportsmanship, to encourage greater 
participation and interest in all college activities, and to promote stronger co-operation between the 
students and the administration. 



BASCOM BIGGERS News Staff 

ED BONNER Exchanges 

FLORA BONNER Co-eds 

JAMES COLLIER Circulation 

MARY JO DALLY Co-eds 

SYD DOOLEY Associate 

BOB FARRAR Circulation 

BUCK FINCHER Circulation 

JACK HALL News Staff 



HUGH MILLIARD News Staff 

WINFIELD MEADORS Sports 

WILBURN MOBLEY Features 

BOB PITTMAN Features 

ELGIN RITTENBERRY Sports 

LEE SORRELLS News Staff 

MAX THOMASON News Staff 

CHRISTA WAYNE Sports 

ELIZABETH WRIGHT Co-eds 





MRS. S. L. HINSON 

Albany, Geors'ia 
SPONSOR OF THE PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL 









OFFICERS 




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HUGH HILLIARD 
President 




ORGANIZED 
1940 







LEE SORRELLS 
Treasurer 




SAM HINSON 



W. W. MEADORS 




MISS ANITA HALLMARK 

Chattanooga, Tennessee 
SPONSOR OF THE OFFICERS' CLUB 



F P I M R S ' CLUB 




GRIGGER5 PERRY SORRELLS TANKSLEY 

OFFICERS 

LIEUTENANT COLONEL GRIGGERS President 

CAPTAIN PERRY Vice-President 

CAPTAIN SORRELLS Secretary 

CAPTAIN TANKSLEY Treasurer 

LIEUTENANT COLONEL GRIGGERS 

MAJOR BOYD 

CAPTAIN MARSH CAPTAIN TANKSLEY CAPTAIN BRAMBLETT 

CAPTAIN PITTMAN CAPTAIN HUNT CAPTAIN POPE 

CAPTAIN SORRELLS CAPTAIN PERRY CAPTAIN FERGUSON 

FIRST LIEUTENANT HALL FIRST LIEUTENANT WILEY 

FIRST LIEUTENANT ROBERTS FIRST LIEUTENANT CARTER 

FIRST LIEUTENANT OVERSTREET 

SECOND LIEUTENANTS 

HILLIARD GAY STEVENS 

JONES BONNER McMANUS 

HOLT FINCHER THOMASON 

HAMMOND 




MISS MARY KNOX SHIRLEY 

Lavonia, Georgia 
SPONSOR OF THE SERGEANTS' CLUB 




S E l{ (i E 1 I T S ' C L I B 




FIRST SERGFANT SANDFRS 




. . . President 


SERGEANT 


MPAnORS 




. Vice-President 


SERGEANT CBILLHAM 




. . . Secretary 


SERGEANT rONNFI 1 . _ 




. . . . Treasurer 






FIRST SERGEANTS 




LOVE 


SANDERS 


DODSON DILL 
STAFF SERGEANTS 


BROGDON 


HOLBROOK 


FIVEASH 


NESBITT PIERCE JOHNSTON 


YOUNG 




MEADORS GRAVES, J. BROWN, R. 








CADET SERGEANTS 




FOSTER 


SORROW 


FLEMING WILSON DOOLEY 


FAGAN 


JONES, R. 


CRUMPLAR 


CONNELL WHIDDON ROBERTS, G. 


ANDREWS 


HAMILTON 


HARGROVE 


GILLHAM BERNAL MATTHEWS 


RICHARDSON 


WILLETS 


EDWARDS 


LUKE BURT DAY 


DA ETON 


LONG 


HAWKINS 


MILLER BATCHELOR STRICKLAND 


WATERHOUSE 


LIPHAM 


WHITAKER 


WALDEN CARTWRIGHT SWINT 


CROSS 


HINSON 


THIGPEN 


WOOD, E. HOLLINGSWORTH MANN 








MRS. A. L. TANKSLEY 

Alto, Georgia 
SPONSOR OF THE ''D'' CLUB 





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An honorary organization com- 
posed of students who have 
been awarded the official N. 
G. C. "D" for proficiency in 
athletic activities. 






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OFFICERS 

J. C. TANKSLEV President 

L. BRAY Vice-President 

J. DAVIS Secretary 

E. BROGDON Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

S. BISHOP G. DUGGAN L. SORRELLS 

R. DAY E. RITTENBERRY J. HAYES 

R.SCRUGGS 



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OFFICERS 

FANNIE BERNICE GRIFFIN President 

MARY JO DALLY Vice-President 

FLORA BONNER Secretary 

MARTHA SUE MOORE Treasurer 



MARY ALICEANDERSON 
BARBARA BAILEY 
JANE BROWN 
VIRGINIA BROWN 
SARA BRYANT 
REBIECARLISLE 
THELMA CHAMBERS 
KATHERINE CLARK 
KATHRYN COFER 
SARA MAE CROSS 
IMOGENE DAVIDSON 



GRACE DAVIS 
MARTHA DEMPSEY 
MYRAM EBERHARDT 
BARBARA ELDER 
WILLENEFLANNIGAN 
MARTHA SUE FREEMAN 
JEAN GRIGGS 
VIRGINIA HARRELL 
JANE HAYNIE 
REBECCA HICKS 
LYDIA HODGSON 

ELIZABETH 



ELIZABETH KING 
NELLEKESLER 
JENELLELACEY 
JEANNE LACKEY 
ELIZABETH MADDOX 
JANE MATHIS 
MARION MEEKS 
MINNIELOU MOORE 
ROBERTA MOORE 
ADDIELEE MULL 
WYLETTE PAYNE 
WRIGHT 



VIRGINIA SAUNDERS 
MARY HELEN SCOTT 
EVIE SHANNON 
MARY SHORE 
JO MAE SMITH 
SUSIESMITH 
KATHERINESTONE 
JOSEPHINESUIT 
GILLA DEAN WATKINS 
CHRISTA WAYNE 
BARBARA WOODALL 






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by the 
cation classes. The athletic team, 
"Chatterboxes," took first place this 
year. 

The highlight of the Winter Quar- 
ter was the original dances. First place 
was won by Kathleen and Marian 
Dobbs. 

A May Day Festival was held this 
year for the first time in the history 
of the college. The King and Queen, 
Bill Perry and Marian Arnold, and the 
Maid of hHonor, Fannie Bernice Griffin, 
were selected by a vote of the Phys- 
ical Education classes. 

Three athletic clubs were organized 
— hiiking. Bowling and Tennis, with 
Jeanne Lackey, Rebecca hiicks and 
Thelma Chambers as presidents of the 
respective organizations. 




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MISS JUDY SULLIVAN 

College Park, Georgia 
SPONSOR OF THE DEBATE CLUB 






DEBATE (] L O 






R. D. CALHOUN 






Director 






MEMBERS 




LELA ALLISON 


R.O. ENTZMINGER 


WILBURN MOBLEY 


W. P. BERNAL 


REBECCA HICKS 


JO MAESMITH 


BASCOM BIGGERS 


ELIZABETH KING 


MACK VANDIVIERE 


ARTHUR BOLTON 


CHARLES McCLURE 


CHRISTA WAYNE 


BERKLEY CHENEY 




ELIZABETH WRIGHT 




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OFFICERS 

HUGHGILLHAM President 

JAMIE CONNELL Vice-President 

E. H. WHIDDON Secretary 

JACK HALL Treasurer 

J. C. SIMMS Advisor 



ADAMS, R. E. 
BANKS, EDITH 
BROWN, ELMO 
BROWN, VIRGINIA 
BURT, FRANK 
CAIN, AMON 
CRANE, VIVIAN 
CREW, ELMER 
CROSS, REESE 



DUCKWORTH, J. 
FETNER, LEO 
FLETCHER, JACK 
FOSTER, BOB 
GAY, C. B. 
GAY, HAROLD 
GRAVES, BOBBY 
GREEN, M. 
HALL, JULIAN 



HEARN, JIM J. 
HOBBS, DICK 
KEITH, C. 
MANN, ROBERT 
McCLURE, CHARLES 
MOORE, ROBERTA 
RHODES, HAL 
SCALES, BILLY 
SORRELLS, McLEROY 



STEPHENS, CELESTE 
SUIT, JOSEPHINE 
TANKSLEY, J.C, 
THOMPSON, LEE 
VANDIVIERE, H. M. 
VICKERY, EULA 
WARMACK, BEATRICE 
WILEY, TOM 
WILSON, AL 




MISS LAVINIA McRAE 

Lyons, Georgia 
SPONSOR OF THE y. M. C. A. 






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WILLETS DOOLEY BATCHELOR 

SORROW TANKSLEY 

OFFICERS 

BOB WILLETS President 

SYD DOOLEY First Vice-President 

JOE BATCHELOR Second Vice-President 

CHARLES SORROW Secretary 

J. C. TANKSLEY Treasurer 

W. T. COTTINGHAM Faculty Advisor 




HAMMOND 



HOPE HAMMO 
J. D. McMANUS 



ACEVEDO, A. 

ADAMS, C. 

ADAMS, J. B. 

ADAMS, W. T. 

ANDERSON, J. B, 

ASKEW 

BARFIELD 

BARRON 

BONNER 

BRADLEY, R. 

BRAMBLETT 

BRAY, P. 

BROWN, E. H. 

BURT 

CASH 

CHAUNCEY 

CHENEY, J. 

CLARK 




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COLEMAN 

COLLIER 

CONNELL 

CRAPPS 

CROSS 

r:AVI5, A, . 

DAVIS, J. 

DILL 

DORSEY 

DOSTER 

DUGGAN 

DYER, A. 

EDWARDS 

ELROD,J. 

ENTZMINGER 

EUBANKS 

FARRAR 




MILLIARD 

HINSON 

HOLBROOK 

HOLLINGSWOPTH 

HOLT 

HUFF 

HUNT, D 

HUNTE 

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JOHt / i TON 

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MARSHALL 
MERCADANTE 
MERRIAM 
MILLER, J. G. 
MOORE 

MCir 

URP.A'/ 
NORRIS 
PARKS 
PARKER 
PERRY 
POPE 
PRATER 
PRIDGEN 
RAINEY 
RIDDLE 
ROBERTS, E. 



ampus Committee 
. Student Director 



!?OBERTS, G. 
ROBERTS, W. 
$CALES 
SLATON 
SMITH, R. 
SORRELLS, L. 
THOMASON, M. 
VANDIVIERE 
VAUGHN 
WALDEN 
WALTON 
WEBB 
WHITAKER 
WHITE, M. 
WILSON, J. A. 
WOOD, J. 
YOUNG, C. 













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REBECCA HICKS 
LOUISE CHAMBERS 



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. . . . President 
. . Vice-President 
Secretary - Treasurer 




Social CommiUee 
REBECCA HICKS 
JANE MATHIS 
MARTHA SUE MOORE 
CAROL HARDING 



CABINET 

Program CommiHee 
MARIE KEMP 
GILLADEAN WATKINS 
EVELYN COLLINS 



Membership Committee 

MARY HELEN SCOTT 
WILLENEFLANNIGAN 
MARTHA SUE FREEMAN 
SYBILSUMNER 



MARY ALICE ANDERSON 
BARBARA BAILEY 
FLORA BONNER 
MARTHA BROWN 
JANE BROWN 
VIRGINIA BROWN 
REBIECARLISLE 
KATHERINE CLARK 
KATHRYN COFER 
DOROTHY WILLCORDELL 



SARA MAE CROSS 
MARY JO DALLY 
GRACE DAVIS 
MARTHA DEMPSEY 
MYRAM EBERHARDT 
BARBARA ELDER 
WYLEY MAYE FLETCHER 
FANNIEBERNICEGRIFFIN 
LILLIAN GRIGGS 
VIRGINIA HARRELL 



ELIZABETH HERNDON 
NELLEKESLER 
ELIZABETH KING 
SARA KING 
JENELLELACEY 
JEANNE LACKEY 
SARA LIPSCOMB 
MARY McFARLAND 
ELIZABETH MADDOX 
MARION MEEKS 



MARGUERITE MOONE 
VIRGINIA SAUNDERS 
EVIESHANNON 
JO MAY SMITH 
SUSIESMITH 
MILDRED STATON 
KATHERINE STONE 
CATHERINE SWINT 
CHRISTA WAYNE 
BARBARA WOODALL 



ELIZABETH WRIGHT 




MRS. FRED MILLIARD 

Royston, Georgia 
SPONSOR OF THE REX CLUB 







MISS ELIZABETH KING 

Fort Gaines, Georgia 
SWEETHEART OF SIGMA THETA 



REX CLUB 








PLEDGES 






J. B.ADAMS 


T.CAUSBY 


J.GRAVES 


R.MOORE 


J.SHANNON 


R.ADAMS 


J. CHENEY 


J. GUERARD 


D. MOTE 


J.SHEPPARD 


W.T.ADAMS 


J.CLARK 


B. B.HAYES 


D. MOYE 


L. SLATON 


E. BAIRD 


Z. DAUGHTREY 


E. HERRIN 


H. MURRAY 


D.SMITH 


L. ASKEW 


A. DAVIS 


E. HOLT 


B. NEWSOM 


D.THOMPSON 


J. BATTSON 


J.DAVIS 


H. HUFF 


J.NORRIS 


G.THOMPSON 


E.BECKHAM 


B. DORSEY 


W. L KENNON 


J. PECK 


M.VANDIVIERE 


R. BEDDINGFIELD 


A. M. DURANT 


J.KNOX 


W.J.PHILLIPS 


C.R.VAUGHN 


C.BROWN 


J.ELROD 


H.G. LAY 


E.PORTER 


J. VEAL 


F.BUTLER 


J. ESTES 


O. LEATHERS 


S. RICHARDSON 


J. WALL 


H.CAIN 


R. FOSTER 


L.LONG 


G. ROBERTS 


C. WELLBORN 


R. CARTER 


H.GAY 


S.MARTIN 


P.J. ROGERS 





MOST VALUABLE PLEDGE 

"JOE" PORTER 









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GRIGGERS HUNT PERRY SORRELLS 

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BEN GRIGGERS .-fN..^ . . /^V . . . ^ President 

DEWITTHUNT '^^;tV^- ' ^^^^T^' Vice-President 

BILL PERRY /N.- "^^^ ([• Secretary 

LEE SORRELLS \L ^^ ^ ■ U Treasurer 

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W. H.BRAMBLETT NAHaSfJ rB RlSfllC^ V/ T McGEE 

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C. DODSON g;:%nII&SQN^>>^ B. PITTMAN 

F. GARRISON (^'^'^'^^^^^^^^1-^''^ E. RITTENBERRY 






A. Acevedo, J. B. Anderson, I. M. Barfield, J. D. Ba 

B. Cheney, F. Coleman, J. Connell, O. Cook, E. Crew 
FIveash, J. Fle-ning, T, Ford, J. Forrer, B. Gentry, H 
E. Holcombe, R. Hollingsworth, R. Hunt, J- Jeffarcs, 
W. Malhis, J. Mercadante, H. Murray, H. North, A. 
Roberts, E. Rucker, J. Sandow, W. Scales, E. Smith, F 

E, Wallace, R. Walla 



PLEDGES 



ett, J. Balchelor, P. Bernal, B. Biggers, A. Bolton, E. Bon 
E. Cunningham, L. Deariso, H. Dill, S. Dooley, G. C. D( 
Glover, J. Gober, M. Green, P. Griggers, J. Hall, J. Hall, R. Hall, B. H 

3. Johnston, F. Jones, L. Jones, R. Jones, C. Kell, McCalla, McLeod, R. » 

ayne, J. Perdue, J. Phillips, H. Pierce, C. Pridgen, E. R. Pullen, H, Rhodes 
Smith, S. Smith, C. Sncll, C. Stevens, A. Stewart, J, C. Tankslcy, C. Thigpi 

e, R. Waters, P. Webb, J. Whittle, M. Williams, O. E. Wilson, J. Wood, I 



Bowman, J. Boyd, E. Brown, T. 

" " , G. Fello 

L. Hilton, 



O. Marsh, E. 



Brown, C. Chapman, 
«s, L. Fitzgerald, M. 

B. Hogg, D. Hogg, 
Marshall, D. Martin, 
!rts, M. Roberts, W. 
:y, G. Usry, T. Wall, 




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C. J. DISMUKES 
Director 

R. S. McCONNELL 
Business Manager 

BERT H. FLANDERS 
Accompanist 



WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB 



First Sopranos 

LELA ALLISON 
MARY ALICEANDERSON 
ELIZABETH HERNDON 
JANE MATHIS 
MARTHA SUE MOORE 



MINNIELU MOORE 
FARRELOWENS 
CELESTE STEPHENS 
BEATRICE WARMACK 
ELIZABETH WRIGHT 



econd Sopranos 

MARY JO DALLY 
EMOGENE DAVIDSON 
BEN EVELYN FAGAN 
ALLINE FITE 
AUDREY MAY 
JO MAE SMITH 



RUTH CARTER 
DOROTHY WILL CORDELL 
CAROL HARDING 
REBECCA HICKS 
FRANCES KILGORE 
MARY SHORE 



MEN'S GLEE CLUB 



W. D. BARNETT 
LEGAREBRACEWELL 
JAMES HAMILTON 
FRANCIS JONES 

Second Tenors 

FRANKLIN COLEMAN 
ALISON FINCHER 
RALPH JONES 
McLEROY SORRELLS 



FRANK FITCH 
ROBERT FOSTER 
DAVID GROVER 
BENNETT HUNTER 
BEN PARKS 
RAYMOND WATERS 

snd Basses 

ROBERT ENTZMINGER 
JACK GRAVES 
GEORGE LIPSCOMB 
ELDRIDGE PARKER 
MAXTHOMASON 





BERT H. FLANDERS . . . 


SOPRANOS 


Accompanist 


MARY ALICEANDERSON 


ALLINE FITE 


MARTHA SUE MOORE 


EMOGENE DAVIDSON 


ELIZABETH HERNDON 


MINNIE LU MOORE 


BEN EVELYN FAGAN 


JANE MATHIS 
ALTOS 


JOEMAESMITH 


CAROL HARDING 


REBECCA HICKS 
TENORS 


MARY SHORE 


LEGAREBRACEWELL 


FRANKLIN COLEMAN 
FRANCIS JONES 

BASSES 


McLEROYSORRELLS 


ROBERT ENTZMINGER 


JACK GRAVES 


BEN PARKS 


ROBERT FOSTER 




MAXTHOMASON 



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REBECCA HICKS .... 



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Accompanist 



VIOLINS 
ROBERT ENTZMINGER 
FRANK FITCH 
ROBERTA MOORE 
HAMIL MURRAY 
TYLER ROGERS 



CLARINETS 
JACK HALL 
THOMAS WALL 
LEWIS SLATON 



Tr.J,.,PET 
FRANKLIN COLEMAN 

FLUTE 

EDWIN WALLACE 

SAXOPHONE 

HAROLD GAY 




T II h] li E N E K \ I S 




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T. COTTINGHAM 
Director 



C. R. VAUGHN Assistant Business Manager 

SYD DOOLEV Student Director 



Saxophones 


Trumpets 


Trombone 


1st— BRAMBLETT, alto 
2nd— NORRIS, alto 
3rcl— DILLARD, tenor 
4th— WEBB, tenor 


1st— DAUGHTERY 
2nd— COLEMAN 
3rd— KNOX 


JONES, F. 

Bass 

HOLT, E. 


Clarinets 






BRAMBLETT 
NORRIS 




Piano 

DEKLE 




DRAMATIC CLUB 




TANKSLEy WILLETS CARLISLE 

OFFICERS 

J. C. TANKSLEY President 

BOB WILLETS Vice-President 

REBIE CARLISLE Secretary - Treasurer 

MEMBERS* 

BASCOM BIGGERS ROBERT HOLLINGSWORTH BEN PARKS 

EMOGENE DAVIDSON KATHRYN KING ROOKS SMITH 

LEOFETNER ELIZABETH KING CATHERINE SWINT 

ALLISON FINCHER GEORGE LIPSCOMB GILLA DEAN WATKINS 

JOY FLINT JAMES MERCADANTE GENEVX/OOD 

C.J.HALL WILBURN MOBLEY ELIZABETH WRIGHT 




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KING HARRELL ANDERSON HARDING 

OFFICERS 

SARA KING President 

VIRGINIA HARRELL : Vice-President 

MARY ALICE ANDERSON Secretary 

CAROL HARDING Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

FLORA BONNER SARAMAECROSS MARION MEEKS 

BONNIE BROWN MARY JO DALLY WYLETTE PAYNE 

VIRGINIA BROWN MARTHA DEMPSEY MARY HELEN SCOTT 

RUTH CARTER FANNIE BERNICE GRIFFIN RUTH TURNER 

THELMA CHAMBERS NELLEKESLER GILLA DEAN WATKINS 




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■' of experience. The team look 

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Xrea match, and the Hearst trophy matches. 

competed in these matches. Regardless of 

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Though handicapped by inexperienced material, the 1940 Tennis Team is 
expected to present a creditable showing. Battson, McClure, and Well- 
born are freshmen who give good promise of development; but the cadets 
had only one returning letterman — Rittenberry. As we go to press. Well- 
born, a freshman, is seeded ace courtman. Whether he shall hold this 
position only time can tell. Stiff competition may be expected from 
McCoy, Rittenberry, and Edwards, who have been seeded two, three and 
four, respectively. In descending order come McClure, Battson, Burt, and 
Arnold. These last four men are the unpredictable elements of the Tennis 
Squad, by virtue of previous victories on the courts. Battson should pro- 
vide stiff competition for the number two or three post, having placed 
third in the fall tennis tournament. Wellborn and McCoy should remain 
consistently near the top. Doubles positions will presumably be handled 
by these top four. 

The squad this year has at its disposal six new courts, which were se- 
cured primarily through the initiative and tireless energy of Coach Coker. 
These may be effectively utilized for major tennis matches which could 
not have been brought here formerly. Similarly, the players now have a 
greater freedom in practice. With the markedly pronounced emphasis 
that is being given court technique, tennis should develop into the major 
position that it deserves on the campus. With the constant infusion of 
material, Dahlonega will soon have the foremost junior college tennis 
squad in Georgia. McCoy and Rittenberry have proven their merits. Nine- 
teen forty-one should bring forth a talented group garnered from this 
year's material. Much will be heard from them in that year. 

SCHEDU LE 

April 12 — Augusta Junior College There 

April 19 — South Georgia College Here 

April 20 — Young Harris College Here 

April 26 — Augusta Junior College Here 

April 27 — Young Harris College There 

May 2 — Emory Junior (Oxford) There 

May 3 — Open. 

May 4 — Abraham Baldwin College There 

May 10 — West Georgia College There 

May 16, 17, 18 — Junior College Tournament Here 



Left to right: Wellborn, McCoy, Rittenberry, Edwards, McClure, Burt, Arnold. Battson not present. 




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COACH COKER 

Mentor of the athletic de- 
partment. Coach has given 
N. G. C. the vitality of its 
youth and some of the best 
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SUMMARY 

Indications for this year's cadet nine are highly 
favorable. With six letternnen returning, it is ex- 
pected that the team will be one of the best ever 
assembled at Dahlonega. hiandicapped for the 
past four years by ineligible lettermen and scanty 
material, the 1940 squad has broken clear, and 
should bring baseball to the fore at N. G. C. 
Paced off by Brogden, Morrison, Myers on the 
mound: and assisted by Scruggs, Woodliff, and 
Davis in the hitters' position, the team will be in 
good shape to grapple with the state play-off. 

Though hampered by insufficient funds. Coach 
Coker has secured a schedule of fourteen of the 
best college teams in Georgia. Too much cannot 
be said for the highly commendable work he has 
done in baseball, as well as the other sports. 



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13 — Augusta Junior College . . . There 

— Piedmont College Here 

— Oglethorpe Frosh There 

— Piedmont College There 

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— Rabun Gap There 

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CO-ED ATHLETICS 

The Department of Physical Education For Women has for its purpose 
the rendering of a program that will mold character, develop bodies, 
and create and develop personalities. Activities that will be recrea- 
tional as well as educational are offered. The program includes those 
things which will give the student a knowledge and a certain degree 
of skill in a variety of physical education activities. 

Offered in the classes for the year 1939-40 were volleyball, bas- 
ketball, tennis, softball, archery, badminton, ping-pong, hiking, folk, 
clog and tap dancing, recreational games, relays, gymnastic exercises, 
and instruction in riflery. Intramural tournaments were held in most 
of the above. 

I. Moore— for tennis. ... 2. Badminton. ... 3. Softball. ... 4. They're off. . . . 

5. Tennis. ... 6. Saunders volleys it over. ... 7. A crip for Carlisle. . . . 

8. Coach Bruce. ... 9. A sport for everyone, and everyone in a sport. . . . 

10. A bull's-eye. ... II. Stone "strikes" asain. ... 1 2. Basketball. 





THE PROGRAM 



li\TRAMl!RlL SIMIRTS... 

SOFTBALL 

"B" Company began the year right by taking the 
first tournament in the intramural series. Colorful 
throughout, Softball featured the brilliant playing of 
such baseball veterans as Scruggs, Ash, and a host 
of others. 

BASKETBALL 

After a bitterly contested struggle, Company "B' 
proved its merit, for they v/on by sheer stamina, per- 
sistence, and ability. Company "D" had covetous 
eyes on the crown, but bowed to the superior lads 
from the "B" barracks. Incidentally, most of the 
varsity was comprised of "B" Company men. 

FRESHMAN BOXING 

The season's greatest attraction — freshman boxing — 
wound up in a blaze of glory, with Company "D" in 
the fistic limelight. They amassed an easy margin in 
1085 points to easily outdistance their nearest rival 
— "B" Company. 

FALL TENNIS 

Rivalry ran rampant omong the netmen, as C. Well- 
born of Company "A" defeated McCoy of "B" 
Company. Fast and skillful playing was the order. 
Wellborn eking out a hard won victory from a press- 
ing field. Wellborn is our number one varsity man. 

BOWLING 

The company bowling tournament ended with Com- 
pany "C" in number one position, by virtue of its 
stellar pin king — P. K. Phillips, who defeated Emory 
Marshall of "D" Company in the finals. Phillips never 
bowled before coming to Dahlonega. 

OTHERS 

Yet to come are pool, spring tennis, and wrestling. 
With a wealth of talented material, predictions are 
necessarily uncertain. Only time may indicate results. 




GEORGIA'S 

LEADING 

JUNIOR COLLEGE 



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GEORGIA'S 
WEST POINT 



DAHLONEGA, GEORGIA, JUNE I, 1940 




THE NEW ARMY DRILL 



New "Streamline" Army Drill 
Used By N. G. C. Cadet Corps 



Sept. 2S. — The Cailet Corps 
began the year with the new 
■■Streamline" A r m y Drill 
which also went into effect 
for the Army, National Guard, 
and the R. O. T. C. on Sep- 
tember first. 

The new drill is much 
simpler than the old one, 
having- eliminated ■'sciuads 
right," '■squads left," and 
other movements which were 
hard to master. "\\'itli very 
little instruction, the fresh- 
men should be able to per- 
form all the drill. 

Twelve men are in the new 
squad, instead of eight men 
in the old drill with two 
groups of four abreast. The 
squad forms in one rank and 
marches in single file. In the 
platoon, the three corporals 
lead witli the men of their 
squad following in single file. 

A\'hen the company passes 
in review, the six corporals 
are abreast, led by the com- 
pany commander and guided 
by the two lieutenants and 
two s.-l-seants. 



John H. Moore 
Gives Dormitory 
To The College 

Lumpkin Students 
Pay No Matriculation 

8epl. 2li.— .\'e\cr forgetting 
how hard it was for his sis- 
ter to get the money for a 
■■matriculation ticket" forty- 
five years ago. Mi-. John H. 
Moore, of Dahlonega, gave 
Moore Hall to the Board of 
Regents last .June. 

He stipulated that all grad- 
uates of Lumpkin County 
High School should be ad- 
mitted to N. G. c. without 
matrii iilaticrii fees, the cost 
of wlii.li slioiiM he charged 
again.^i a s..i value of the 
buildini; nniil that estimate 
is used up. 

Moore Hall has been re- 
painted. New windows, 
screens, doors, and beds have 
been installed, and the toilet 
facilities have been replaced. 
It has been rewired, and 
some of the larger rooms di- 
vided, making several small 
ones. In fact, Moore Hall is 
like new. 



Freshmen Are 
Entertained 

Sept. 2.3. — Relieving the 
freshmen of tests and physi- 
cal examinations, freshman 
night with its balloon box- 
ing, banana eating, races, 
and co-ed sack popping con- 
test, was a social event en- 
joyed very much. 

One of the highlights of the 
riccasion was the conipetitive 
drill for tlic frt-shman boys. 
Hugh .\mii1i. .,r i;,,vs' High, 
Atlanta. «as wiiiu.r and O. 
E. Wilson, of liobert E. Lee 
Institute, Thomaston, w a s 
runner-up. T h e sophomore 
drill was won by Captain Bill 
Perry, with Captain Lee Sor- 
rells as close second. 

Dancing, followed by re- 
freshing ptmch and cookies, 
made this an entirely en- 
joyable party. 

On IMonday night came the 
reception of the Baptist and 
Methodist Cliin-rhes. Sales 
lalkiim. b.iII'H.ii [H.iqjing and 
«i.i.l .■(.iii.n,^. ]..(! by Rever- 
iiiil Kiim. w-'if enthusias- 

Wliil. picividing a good 
liini' f'li all, the social events 
iif fnshinaii week served also 
to acriuaint the new students 
with the others and to the 
college life. 



Six Members 
Added To Faculty 

Sept. 28. — Several additions 
and changes in the faculty 
have been made to accommo- 
date the increased enroll- 
ment, according to President 
Rogers. 

Included are: Miss Lucile 
Do%vling, formerly of Val- 
dosta, Ga., to be dean of 
women: Harry B. Forester, 
formerly of Piedmont Col- 
lege and graduate of the 
University of Alabama and 
the University of Wisconsin, 
associate professor of biol- 
ogy; R. H. Black, of Pied- 
mont College, head of the 
new central business office; 
iliss Jane McDaniel, of Clem- 
son College, librarian; Mr. 
Virgil Simpson, from Pied- 
mont College, bookkeeper; 



School Closes 
June 7-8, Ends 
Year's Work 

June 1. — With Spring Quar- 
ter almost gone, students of 
N. G. C. can now look back 
• n tlie work and play, joys 
ind sorrows, of the entire 
school year. 

.A.mong the important 
events of the spring ciuarter 
was the Honors r>av exer- 
cises, fent\irinc: the students 



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ili^^ speaker. 

R. G. LeTourneau, million- 
aire road machinery manu- 
facturer of Tn.,.ia. ,^i..ik.' 
.May 22 on the sul-j. , i, 'I'-all- 
iiig in Love A\'ii li * ■tm^i ' 
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lion of the new library with 
noted educators and state of- 
ficials present. .\lso during 
commencement will be the 
long awaited graduation for 
the sopliomores. 

7)r. Kdward Mackav, of 
.Atlanta, will be the speaker 
for the grafluation exercises. 



y. M. C. A. Holds 
First Meeting 

Sept, 2fi.— ■rile Y. M. r. A. 
held its initial ni.-.'i iim ..f ib.- 
year with the pi. sidi.m , |;.>l, 
Willets, presiiliim. .\ii ail- 
dre.ss of welcom.- by l>.i,,l,\ 
followed a short Viusitiess 
session. 

Officers for the "Y" are: Bob 
Willets, president; Syd Doo- 
ley, first vic,.-|a-,.si.l,.nt; Joe 
Batchelor, .^c..,ih| x i.a-presi- 
dent; J. i' Tank-I, n-. treas- 
urer: alKl I'liaibs Sorrow, 
secr.tarv. 



Ruth Linrud Plays 
Harp Solos 

Oct. 4. — PresenliiiK the first 
of a series of musical and 
dramatic entertainments, N. 
G. C. presented Miss Ruth 
Linrud in chapel today. 

Using the large concert 
harp and the smaller Irish 
harp. Miss Linrud gave a de- 
lightful program of familiar 
melodies. She gave a brief 
history of the harp and ex- 
plained its construction. 

Among the familiar songs 
she played and sang were 
■'Mother JIachree," "Wear- 
ing of the Green." Brahm's 
■■Waltz in A Flat,'^ ■■Annie 
Laurie," '■Way Down Upon 
the Suwannee River," "Hom- 
On the Range." and "Bells 
of Saint Mary's." 



N. G. C. Welcomes Record 
Enrollment of 591 Students 
Talent Evidenced By Freshmen 

I 18 Counties, Nine 



Rev. George King 
Addresses "V" 

Sept. 28. — Reverend George 
King spoke to the Y. W. C. 
A. at its first meeting of the 
year held last night in the 
lobby of Sanford Hall. 

Heading the "Y" are: 
Thelnia (^hambers, president; 
Becky Hicks, vice-president; 
and Louise Chambers, sec- 
tary-treasurer. i\Iiss Beth 



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Officers' Club 
Organizes and 
Selects Heads 

Oct. 5. — The cadet officers 
held their first meeting of 
the year and elected Ben 
Griggers, president; Bill 
Perry, vice - president; Lee 
Sorrells, secretary; and J. C. 
Tanksley, treasurer. 

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Choral Reading, 
Dramatic Club 
Present Program 

Oct. 27. — The Dram 
Club and the Choral Reai 
Club, llllrl, r the dire, ta.l 
Prof Ci.ttlla;]!.!!!! in. I C.ll- 
houn. ^.i\ ' .III , III. I t.iiiMiiL 
first pi.s.-ni.u t ih. \. .11 

Two spine chillers. "Tli. 
Opening Door," and "Thi .-. 
Priend.s," were presented l.^ 
the Dramatic Club. 

The i^Ih.i.iI r,.-ading Clul 
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Military Promotions 

Oct. in— .Maj.ii .\lalllM"> 

today ann.iiii ,| i h.. pi ..m.,- 

tion of Call. I .\l,ij..r l;.-ii 
Griggers t.. I,i"ii' ■ nam i'..|-! 
onel and Cadet Captain Joe 
Boyd to Major Executive Of- 
ficer. 

The promotions are in line 
with the new changes in the 
organization of the Army 
which places a Lieutenant 
Colonel in command of a 
battalion and the major as 
executive officer. 



Wellborn V/ins 
Tennis Tourney 

Nov. 3.— Carlton Wellborn. 
Company A. won the fall ten- 
nis tournament by defeating 
James McCoy, Company B, 
1-5, 6-3. 

McCoy advanced to the 
finals by defeating Tom Ed- 
wards. Company .X, WelUiorn 
becanre a finalist by defeat- 
ing Johnny Battson, Com- 
pany C. 

Two hundred and three 
entered the fall tournament 
aii.l iiiaii,\ prospects for the 
iiii . r. ..II. uiate team are seen 
ill III.' ..Ill sianding players of 

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and Miss Julia Carroll, grad- 
uate of N. G. C. and Geor- 
gia Teachers College, secre- 
tary. 



Sigma Theta 
Opens Year 



Sept. 2S. — Sigma Theta 
Fraternity opened the year 
headed by a well known 
g:roup. Officers are : Ben Grig- 
gers, president; Bill Perry, 
secretary; Lee Sorrells, treas- 
urer; Jack Martin, sergeant- 
at-arms; and Bob Pittman, 
chaplain. 

Sigma Theta looks ffirward 
to a bigger and better year 
than ever. 



States Represented 

Sept. 28. — A formal wel- 
come was e-xtended the 1939- 
40 student body of N. G. C. in 
the first chapel gathering by 
President Rogers, Dean Sir- 
mons and Chancellor San- 
ford. 

All records were surpassed 
as a record enrollment of 
591 cadets and co-eds en- 
tered N. G. C. Of this number 
412 were cadets and 179 were 
. ..-..1.^. F..1 the fall quarter 
..!' ]:':>-;::i. :;7n men and 165 
I'..-..!.'- wii. enrolled, mak- 
ing a t.ital of 535. 

The dormitories were filled 
to capacity and accommoda- 
tions were secured in town 
for a large number long be- 
fore the opening of school. 

Of the record enrollment, 
there are 118 counties in 
Georgia represented, as well 
as nine other states, the 
District of Columbia, and 
Cuba. 

Talent and ability are in 
evidence aniong the seem- 
ingly "green" freshmen, and 
the various organizations on 
file campus are providing 
excellent opportunities for 
the expression of these. 




Chancellor Sanford 
Welcomes N. G. C. 
Student Body 

Sept. 28. — Chancellor of 
the University System, S. V. 
Sanford, formally welcomed 
the student body to N. G. C. 
today. Chancellor Sanford 
was introduced by President 
Rogers who commented on 
his abilities as a statesman 
and an educator. 

Dr. Sanford caution, rl the 
students to be fniu i.i. |.,ir.-d 
to meet the r. n1'..iisiI,iIii i.-s 
imposed in hipli. i . -In. a i i..n. 

He said llial si n.l.ins si Id 

not forgfi I li.- iiM|.<.i i.iih .• ..f 
extra - ..'iii u, ui.i i .n 1 1\ n i.-s. 
and nior.' part i.iilail,\ , the 



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« i X c s, Dr. Sanford and 
President Rogers looked at 
the progress made on the 
new library building. 



Freshmen Abolished 

Oct. 5. — According to rules 
and regulations adopted by 
the officials of N. G. C, 
"freshmen" no longer enter 
this institution. Instead, they 
enter as "first year privates" 
or "recruits." 



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ARMISTICE DAY CELEBRATION 

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greeted him 



Mains Urges Military R. O. T. C. 
Training On Armistice Day 



Nov 

Hains, of Augusta, ilelivered 
an Armistice Day address on 
patriotic preparation against 
war in tlie auditorium. 

In the program presided 
over by Major Matthews. Mr. 
Hains was convinced of the 
necessity for national defense 
and strongly encouraged par- 
ticipation in R. O. T. C. work 
where training can be given. 
He said he was aware of the 
possibility that the United 
States might participate in 
the European war and that 
the youth niust recognize its 
position. 



Clara Lavender 
Wins 4-H Contest, 
$200 Scholarship 

Dec. 5. — Clara Nell Laven- 
der won a $200 scholarship at 
the National 4-H Club Con- 
gress in Chicago. 

She received the state 
crown last month and left 
December 1 for the ten-day 
trip to Chicago, Detroit, and 
Canada. A member of the 
4-H Club for six years, Clara 
Nell canned 4.976 pints of 
food worth IF400. 



Sigma Theta Pledges 
Elect Officers 

Nov. l:i. — Sipnia T h e t £ 
Pledge Cluli .•licl.il tlie fol- 
lowing Otlii'i'lS Id Si'l-Vf foi 

the year: llimh .\niili, iiresi- 
dent; Curtis K. II, \ i, . -lue.si- 
dent: Jock" ' *li:i|tiii;L]i. secre- 
tary ; and Frank Garrison 
treasurer. 




Candidates Chosen 
In Class Elections 

.May L'.'i, — Lacking co - ed 
candidates, tlie class election 
on May 30 promises to be 
hotly contested in the other 
campus groups. 

Candidates arc: Bill Mer- 
riam, Frank Garrison, and 
Ed Cunningham, president of 
student bod^-; and for sopho- 
more class ofHces — Ed Por- 
ter, G. C. Doster, and Billy 
McDavid, president ; .John 
Peck, Gene Roberts, and H. 
M. Barfield, vice -president; 
Lawrence Askew, Hugh 
North, and J. C. Morrison, 
secretary; Carlton Wellborn, 
Billy Gentry, and Emory 
ilarshall, treasurer. 



Rex Pledges 

Nov. 12. — Rex pledges 
elected officers for the year 
as follows: Bill Merriam, 
president; Ed Porter, vice- 
president; James Clark, 
secretary; and Cecil Gnann, 
treasiut-r. 



Freshman Boxing 
Tourney Ends 

Dec. 2. — The fourth annual 
freshman boxing tournament 
ended in the gym with final 
bouts in all weights. 

After quite a few knock- 
outs, but few black eyes, the 
participants were narrowed 
down to the finalLsts. The re- 
sults of final bouts were: 

Paperweight — Curtis Allen 
won by forfeit of George 
Thompson. 

Flyweight — Billy Carlton 
kayoed Elmer Crew. 

Bantamweight — Edward 
Porter won by decision over 
Donald Willis. 

Lightweight — Carl Chap- 
man won by decision over 
Frank Garrison. 

Welterweight — James Elrod 
kayoed Emory Marshall. 

Junior welterweight — Ike 
Pittard won by decision over 
Duke Martin. 

Middleweight — D o r s e y 
Jones kayoed Fred Joni j. 

Light heavyweight — 
Johnny Peck kayoed Frank 
Bowman. 



Rec Sponsors 
Co-ed Week 

Dec. 10 — For the past week, 
the co-eds have enjoyed all 
the financial and romantical 
privileges or hardships dur- 
ing the Ree's Co-ed Week. 

"^n show night the co-eds 
had to dig into their purses 
for two admissions, in addi- 
tion to having to feed the 
cadets at the Canteen. The 
girl break dance at Sanford 
Hall was also quite a novel 



Glee Clubs 
Present "Messiah" 

Dec. 11.— N. <;. ('. nice 
Clubs gave renditions of 
Handel's oratorio --The Mes- 
siah" in the college audi- 
torium with Mary Alice An- 
derson. Alline Fite, Cadets 
Ja.k Graves and Ben Parks 

This annual Carol Service 
was directed by Prof. Dis- 
mukes, accompanied by Prof. 
Flanders and was given also 
at the Gainesville Presby- 
terian Church. 



Bugler Places 

Apr. IS. — The Cadet Bugler 
was adjudged the second 
best junior college paper in 
the Southeast in the contest 
sponsored by the Atlanta 
Journal and the journalism 
department of Emory Uni- 
versity. 

The Subemeco of Sue Ben- 
nett College, London, Ky., 
was first prize winner. 

The Bugler was one of two 
Georgia junior college papers 
that placed in the contest. 



Cadets Win State 
Junior College 
Tennis Tourney 

May IS. — North Georgia 
College's tennis team became 
the Georgia Junior College 
tennis champions by defeat- 
ing the South Georgia Tigers, 
li-1, in the finals of the Geor- 
gia Association of Junior Col- 
leges Tournament, in Dah- 
lonega. 

South Georgia recentlv won 
the Southeastern States Jun- 
ior |-.,llef;e Tournament, and 



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prove,' 

to an\ 



Rex Welcomes 
Large Group 



Fraternity 
welcomed a large group of 
freshman pledges into the 
club last night. In addition 
to this group, a large num- 
ber of sophomores are al- 
ready pledges. 

Hugh Hilliard is president 
of Rex this year and with 
his officer associates, \\'in- 
fiekl Meadors, secretary, and 
.Sam Hinson, treastn-er, slmw 
promise of being campus 



Col. Richmond 
Inspects College 

Nov. 29.— Col. Harry R. 
Richmond. Fourth Corps 
Area R. O. T. C. head, made 
his annual inspection and 
praised the unit highly. 

Telling his last year's 
"line," Col. Richmond said 
that he had never seen a 
better unit with so much co- 
operation among the of- 
ficers. He praised the first 
sergeants, saying that it took 
a man of character and abil- 
ity t.i hold that position. 



Sigma Theta 
Pledges 101 



Oct. 25.— Sigma Theta Fra- 
ternity surpassed all records 
for the club when one hun- 
dred and one men pledged 
Wednesday night. This was 
a substantial increase over 
last year's number. 



Hanscom Presents 
Play, "Rip Van 
Winkle," Here 

Nuv. 1:1.— Thf play, "Pap 
Van Winkle," was presented 
by the Hanscom Players to 
a large group of the student 
body Monday night. 

Rip. without a doubt, is 
the only one that has been 
here and got more than 
seven hours" sIoo]i. 



"Coach Junior" 

Nov. 25. — The Cokers re- 
ceived their little bundle 
from heaven November 25, 
weighing eight and one-half 
pounds. 

Coach said his name was 
"Coach Junior." 



N. G. C. Students 
Visit The Rich 
Calhoun Mine 

Nov. 26.— N. G. C. cadets 
and co-eds visited Calhoun 
Mine, scene of the discovery 
on November 1.5 of a lode 
of bonanza ore which as- 
sayed above $60,000 per ton. 
All were allowed to go down 
to the mouth of the mine 
where the gold was sand- 
wiched between layers of 
quartz. 

North Georgia College 
owned this e.-iittirN- r)ld mine. 
having been di.iialed liv J. 
A. Bostwii-k. Iml in IMis tlie 
college offii-ials s..l,l it f.ii- th.- 
sum of $1(1,11(10, 



N. G. C. Band Hears 
U. S. Navy Band 
Play In Decatur 

Nov, 10.— X, G, C.'s Band 
went to Decatur to hear the 
U. S. Navy Band, directed 
by Lieut. Charles Bender. 

The p r o g r a m contained 
marches, operatic and sym- 
plmnie numbers. "Anchors 
.Vwei^h" was played and 
.le,li,;ited to the N. G. C. 
l.aii.l. 



PIONEERS . . . 
Two N. G. C. Cadets 
Get Lost In 
Hills Near Here 

Nov. 21.— Two of the N, G. 
C. Cadets, Alton Stewart 
and Harold Barron were 
"feeling O. K., except a lit- 
tle sleepy" after being lost 
all night in the hills near 
Dahlonega. 

Stewart and Barron were 
among the group of students 
attending "open house" at the 
Calhoun Mine, scene of the 
recent discovery of a vein 
bearing gold ore worth more 
than $60,000 per ton, and be- 
came lost when taking a 
short cut through the moim- 
tains on their return trip. 
When their absence was dis- 
covered, searching parties 
were sent out without suc- 
cess, but they were found 
Sunday morning by Sgt. Mc- 
Connell and a party. 

They told of walking un- 
til about 1 or 2 o'clock and 
trying to sleep, but the cold 
and a "wild cat" (they 
I li'.iii;lit ) prevented, and they 
wiiiied for dawn. They were 
a liiile scared, but felt little • 
\\ nrse for the experience. 




ELECTION DAY AT N. G. C. 
the c-owd "Politicking" outside the Students Exchange, where the polls 
were held 



Bill Perry, Billy Gentry Named Student Officers 
In Colorful Class Election, Rivalry Keen 



Nov. 21. — After much poli- 
ticking, handing out cigars, 
and back slapping, the stu- 
dents went to the polls on 
November 15 and elected the 
president of the student body 
and the freshman class of- 
ficers. 

Bill Perry defeated Sam 
Hinson and C. C. Gay in 
the race for president of the 
student body. 

Billy Gentry out - polled 
Johnny Battbon to become 
president of the freshman 
class. 



Frank Garrison won the 
office of vice-president by de- 
feating Ed Flanders. 

Hugh North was victorious 
over Johnny Peck in the race 
for freshman class secretary. 

O. E. Wilson defeated 
Harry Murray to become 
treasurer of freshman class. 

Rivalry was keen in this 
election and posters appeared 
long before the election was 
scheduled. In last minute ef- 
forts to swing the votes, 
Sigma Theta rigged up a 



loud speaker to furnish music 
and political speeches for 
their candidates, while Rex 
brought out a special band. 

The co-eds, evidently shy 
of politics this year, did not 
even enter a candidate. 

With the election over, the 
many outstanding platform 
promises as outlined in 
chapel the day before were 
quickly forgotten, especially 
by the candidates. 



Annual Edition 



THE CADET BUGLER 




Willett Presents 
Bazaar In India 

Dec. 13.— William S. Wil- 
lett, retired industrialist of 
India, g:ave a program, "Ba- 
zaar in India," in chapel 
showing- nnnierous articles of 
interest from that country. 

He told of the splendor of 
the Orient and the thrills as- 
sociated with real jungle ex- 
periences. In his exhihit were 
rugs, knives, articles of 
clothing, dishes, weapons of 
war, opium pipe, and the 
skin of a large man-eating 
tiger killed by him. 



CALHOUN MINE 

photo shows the N. G. C. students as they s\ 
nd Calhoun Mine. In the lower right is a group 
to go down the steep incline to the vein 



Coach Coker 

Gives Sweaters 

To N. G. C. Athletes 

Nov. 2S. — Coach Shault 
Coker presented sweaters to 
eleven athletes of N. G. C. 
at chapel exercises today. 

The sweaters, royal blue 
with a large white "D," were 
given for outstanding con- 
tributions to sports at the 
college. 

Coker said, "Freshmen 
usually think the sopho- 
mores have positions 'sewed 
up' on the teams, but that 
is not the case. Freshmen 
have just as good a chance 
as sophomores to make the 
team." 

The members receiving 
sweaters and the sports 
which entitled each to a 
sweater are: Stanley Bishop, 
baseball; Edison Brogdon, 
baseball: John Hayes, base- 
ball; John Davis, baseball; 
Robert Scruggs, baseball; El- 
gin Rittenberry, basketball 
and tennis; Lee Sorrells, 
manager of the rifle team; 
Lawrence Bra y, baseball; 
and G. W. Duggan, intra- 
mural manager. 



New "D" Club Head 

Jan. 23. — New officers elec- 
ted by the ■■D" CUib after 
the withdrawal of the presi- 
dent, Stanlev Bishop, are as 
follows: J. C. Tanksley. 
presid nt; Lawrence Bray, 
vice-president: Edison Brog- 
don, treasurer; and John 
Davis, secretary. 



Rev. George King 
Presents "1. Q." 

Jan. ;J0. — The Reverend 
George King presented a 
new" and unique chapel pro- 
gram when he gave a "Dr. 
I. Q." of Bilile quesli.-ns and 
a reward nf .Milky Way for 
the correct aiisw.Ts. 

As did Lemiard Boyd, sev- 
eral went down without an 
answer and were content 
with suckers. 



Camera Club Elects 

Jan. It.;.— Orlii.frs t-U-cted bv 
the Camera Club during the 
winter quarter are: Bob Fos- 
ter, president; Jamie Con- 
nell, vice - president; Hugh 
Gillham, secretary; and Jack 
Hall, treasurer. 



14-Inch Snow 
Blankets N. G. C. 
Provides Fun 

Jan. 23. — After two days of 
snowing the ground is cov- 
ered with about 14 inches of 
snow, presenting a beautiful 
sight. Trees, shrubbery, and 
bushes are laden with the 
snow and look very much 
like Christmas trees. 

Camera fans have all they 
have wanted for all the 
winter for some excellent 
pictures. Interesting shots of 
scenes, snowball fights, sled- 
ding, and just posed shots 
are being taken on every 
hand. 

The military department 
has called off all formations 
and uniform regulations have 
been dropped in favor of any 
clothes that the students 
want to wear for their 
warmth. Boots, boot pants, 
jackets, and red hunting 
caps are the usual costumes 
for the boys, while the girls 
become "Coverall Cuties." 

Unlike the 3-inch snow of 
January 7, no snowball 
throwing is allowed, nor is 
there any sledding. 

Mail is hours late, or none 
at all. The thought of no 
free week-end this week is 
beginning to plague many of 
the students. 

Probably one of the deep- 
est snows ever seen here, it 
lias been a treat for N. G. C. 
students, niany of w h o m 
have never seen snow be- 
fore. 




Matthews Lectures 

Feb. 27.— Major Matt lie w.-^ 
gave an interesting talk in 
chapel, discussing the sub- 
ject, "Our Neighbor, Mex- 
ico." 

Major made a trip to Mex- 
ico last year and was well 
acquainted with the subject. 
He illustrated his talk with 
souvenirs that were brought 
from that country. 




SANFORD HALL SNOW QUEENS 
Mathis and Martha Sue Moore try a little playing in 



Stuart Carnes Tells Of Lost Yucatan EnDpire 



Fi-\>. ... — |)i\ AV. Stuart 
Carnes, explorer, archaeolo- 
gist, traveler and lecturer, 
gave an intriguing talk in 
the auditorium about the lost 
empire of the Yucatan. 



Having made several trip.y 
into the interior of this mys- 
tei-ious country. Dr. Carnes 
was well acquainted with its 
many interesting places and 



sliowed movies of many of 
them. 

The Well of Death, as de- 
scribed by Carnes, is a 
Robert Ripley "believe it or 



MAJOR BOYD 



Boyd Recovers 



n— Major Joe Bnyd 



I tod 

Hospital, Gainr.^\ill.., ;ifi.' 
an attack of apiMmli. n is ^nn 
a subsequent np.i ii i imi. [h 
rapid i-e.-ovorv is leniaikal.!^.' 



Prof. Calhoun 
Attacks Drawl 

F,.i, s— I'rof. R. D. Cal- 
houn made a venomous at- 
tack on Southern drawl and 
its lip-laziness and tongue- 
drooping. He also discussed 
the dislike for hemmin' and 
hawwin*. mumbling, whin- 
ing, drawling and other de- 
plorable characteristics o f 
bad diction. 



Pan-Hellenic 
Council Formed 

Jan. If.. — Joining the two 
fiateniitie.'^, the Pan-Hellenic 
"'ouui-il was formed to moi"e 
.'tflii.-iuly direct their joint 

Til.' .Miincil and its officers 
are as follows: Hugh Hilliard. 
l)resident; Hill Perry, secre- 
tary; Lee Sorrells, treasurer; 
Ben Griggers, Sam Hinson, 
and Wintield Meadors. 

Hugh McWhorter 
Pays Aerial Visit 
To N. G. C 

Ftb. 11). — Husli .McWhor- 
ter paid North Georgia Col- 
lege and Dahlonega a visit 
in a blue observation plane 
about time for Church for- 
mation on .Sunday. He per- 
formed his acrobatics, in- 
cluding flying between the 
flag pole and the steeple, and 
held the interest of the stu- 
dents with his exhibition for 
quite a while. 

.\II Die time. Bailie was 
hisiiihiiim him to land, but 
111 Mi,\i,Misly misunderstood 

Tlie sight of a plane in the 
North Georgia hills was an 
e.xtraordinary thing to the 
students. 



Collins Speaks 

Feb. IJ.— Dr. .M. V. Cullius, 
State Superintendent of 
Schools, in a Georgia Day 
address told what was 
"right" about the Georgia 
school system today. 

He told of the many prob- 
lems facing everj-bod.v in the 



Pdlir 



rlrl. 




GLENN MORRIS ELECTRICAL SHOW 



Glenn Morris Shows 
Electric Marvels 

Jan. IS. — .Many of the mar- 
vels and wonders of the elec- 
trical world were displayed 
by Glenn D. Morris in an 
original electrical show. 

By using ditferent kinds of 
electrical apparatus, Mr. 
Morris gave demonstrations 
wiiicli appeared to be magic. 
('Ill \ jug his every command, 
ih< iii,\"sterious electrical dis- 
l>la.\s .seemed to be held in 
the power of Morris. 

Some of the spectators 
who volunteered to go on the 
sta.ge were rather "shocked" 



Jack Rank Gives 
One Man Version 
"Taming of Shrew" 

Feb. 13. — Jack Rank pre- 
sented a one-man version of 
Shakespeare's "Taming of 
the Shrew." Pr..--f.|ifrit i.ni of 
the play was ciiin-lx i' Mr. 
Rank, while s. \ - i .1 1 ,1 i-i - 
ants helped him ii.iik i.m-, 

Porti'aying a .\"LiiiK vM-man 
in one scene, Rank would be 
back on the stage in a few 
seconds as an old man. His 
ability to change costumes. 



Lieut. Reynolds 
Discusses Coast 
Guard Acadenny 

Feb. 211.— .'-liijing that he 
had only information about 
the Coast Guard .Academy 
to offer the cadets and "as 
for the co-eds — I can't give 
you anything but 1 o v e," 
Lieut. Reynolds of the Coast 
Guar d addressed the stu- 
dents in the auditorium. 

He discussed life at the 
academy, the work of the 
Coast Guard, and then said, 
"We will now show you 
some sots of the service. I 
mean, some shots of the 



Glee Clubs Present 
Secular Program 

Feb. 27.— The Choral and 
Glee Clubs presented their 
first secular concert of the 
j-ear with Ben Parks, Mary 
Alice Anderson, and David 
Grover as soloists. 

Prof. Dismukes directed 
the chorus and Prof. Flan- 
ders accompanied. 



THE CADET BUGLER 




y. M. C. A. Sponsors 
Religious Emphasis 
Week April 19 



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uditoriin 



LINDA 



Linda 

Feb. 5. — Spt. anrl Mrs. 
Richard S. McConnell an- 
nounce the bh-th of a (laugh- 
ter, Linda, on Pebruarj' 4, 
at the Downey hospital in 
Clainesville. 

Linda, slightly noisy at 
times, was on the guard re- 
port in a short time. The 
offense was "distiu'bance in 
the barracks." 

LIND.V . . . 
Late at night from Sarge's 

window, 
Comes the high pitched voice 

of Linda. 
Seems that Dismukes should 

commend 'er 
On the way she hits high C. 
Like a sentinel, Sarge is 

walking 
Back and forth, and gently 

talking 
Baby talk to stop her 

squawking 
Every night ficni twelve to 



i;''li.yious Em- 
:, sponsored by 
'. A., conducted 
igrams in the 
for the past 

>n C. Lytle, of 



bringing the 
closer contact 
', the programs 



Journal Roto 
Shows College 

March 25.— As the Atlanta 
Journal Rotogravure sjclion 
says it. •■Xorth Georgia Ho!" 



ning, II 
section 



pa I 



- - - as the colors ^. . 
by, a group of co-eds v. at li 
ing the parade, the Calhc iin 
mifie, and Lawrence Bi a\ 
Bonnelle Lawson, Ed Hei - 
rin, and an Atlanta -Msitoi, 
wading in Cane Creek FalK 



Physical Education Classes 
Present Annual Stunt Night 



stunt Night in tlie 
rium. 

The "C h a t t e r b 1 
headed hv Fannie 



thrt 



in Ho 



Cadets Meet 
Wadlow, World's 
Tallest Man 

IM;ir<ii 7, — Several cadets 
:i....nip:ini.d Sgt. McConnell 
to (Jainesville for an inter- 
\iew and pictures of Robert 
Wadlow, the world's tallest 



old. 
most 

light fe.-t, niu.' and our-lialt 
inclies. Weighing 41)1 pound.'^, 
Wadlow eats but little mr.r. 
tlian the ordinary person. 
His feet and hand s ai f 
enormous, and he wears a 
size thirty-seven shoe. 

The only wearing apparel 
that he can buy from an 
ordinary store that will fit 
him is a belt and a handker- 
chief. 

Students Celebrate 
Return of Spring 

May <!.— Students 
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Choral Club 

Sings Over W. S. B. 

March 24. — Broadcast <m a 
national hook - up through 
the facilities of WSB, the 
Clinral Club sang at the 
lOaster Sunrise Service at 
Wiindy's Gap. 

'Pliey rendered the special 
nnniliers: "Now Let Every 
Tongue Above Thee," "Some 
Blessed Day," and "Adora- 
mus." 

The ln.i,;;r.iin wa.-J scheduled 
to be 1.11 ilii ( :;i|, where the 
sun r.iiilil III >.■. 11 as it rose, 
but th.. Mi.iw anil rain pre- 
vent.-d tltl.-^. 




Officers' Club 
Presents Cottie 
Clark At Dance 



ilarch 
Club pre, 
and her 



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sette 



in its 



year. 

II iltt. . I'-d by Bob 
I. . 1 .1 .1 1 III the gym 
il iiui tile military 
xielleiitly, u s i n g 
hers, and the color 
white and 



Pan-Hellenic Council Presents 
Emory Aces At First Dance 



Feb. 10. — Pan -Hellenic 
Council presented E m o r v 
Aces at its first dance, at- 
tended by one of the largest 
group of cadets, co-eds, and 
\ isitors ever seen at an N. 
G. C. dance. 

The gym was iliinrat...! 
with hearts ami .-i i . a im i >. 
giving a Valeiiiiii. at Unis- 
phere to the ociasii.ti, l-:a.li 
end of the gym was graced 
by tAvo i-upids and the goal 
posts were attractive with 
hearts, cut out to show an 
old-fashioned silhouette, on 
each one. 

During a special dance for 
both Rex and Sigma Theta 
members, all lights were ex- 
tinguished except a blue 
floodlight which was played 
o\-cr the dancing couples. 



Easter Brings 
Freak Weather 



rhurch in 



I g the 
sleet 
: held 
c and 
-Spring 



Major Loughlin 
Inspects Battalion 

.May 2,-|. — .Major Chaiie... 
Louglilin, uf WolTord Col- 
lege, was the inspector for 
the annual Government In- 
spection. 

Inspection a n d physical 
diill, iimani-/,;i(i,iii ilrill, and 



It 



snowing laining 
and sleeting eailv Easter 
moi ning and continued until 
about noon 

Th, .,1 tl ^1 iss and the 
huibllli.. t 1 w , t I a pe, u- 

I I til ted undei a 



la^t 




-slival. 
Ill .Ma 




crowned King and Queen of 
the May in exercises held on 
the campus. 

The King and Queen were 
liiiisiii )i,\ ihe co-eds in a 



.Mini 111 liiiimr was Happy 
Ciillin, president of the Rec 
Club. 

The scene of the pageant 
was laid on the front cam- 
pus and the procession ap- 
peared from the Price Me- 
morial Viuilding and traveled 
slowly to the throne at the 
tennis court. 

The century old tradition 
was directed by Miss Sara 
Bruce. 



THE ANNUAL 

CADET BUGLER 

JAMIE CONNELL, 

Editor 



Men of Science- program. 
Being in an intriguing state 
of mysticism as regards the 
reticent silk of the ladies' 
nether garments, these two 
1,11 war, 1 lads strode forth 
piirp,.sefully to assuage their 
,|uesi iimable inriuisiti veness 
and produced, among others, 
the following astounding re- 
: That crazy Cross per- 
son promenades around in, of 
all things, a checked and 
grained suit of lingerie done 
up in the devastating charm 
of purple and green. 



From 



made lapi 

dealt swift captivation to the 
astounded Freshman Wil- 
liams. In the interim, K. 
ning her 



Lippmcott Magic 

.Maf,.|i 11. — la]i|iiti,.|ilt Iht 
:ia,gi,.iatt aiM"-ai',.,l in the 
udilorium for the beneflt 
f the athletic association. 

His escaping from a heavy 
,,x, in addition to pulling 
ve lish from til,, aif, was 



"Ouare Medicine," 
Comedy, Presented 

Aiiiil 4 —The .111,, a, -I com- 
edy, "Quale Medicine," di- 
rected by Prof. Cottingham, 
was presented in chapel with 
Wilhnrn M o h I e y, Willene 
Flannigan. Hugh N.ath, and 
Lamar ( iverstreet in t h e 



Camera Club 



stone 

Bridges behind her 
seems that this little gentle- | 
man is easily given with the 
■id woo. ' 



STUART CARNES 
Lecturer on Yucata 
His Animal 



.larih 2(;.— The ( ' a m e r a 
Club elected for the Spring 
arter: Hugh Gillham, 
president; Jamie Connell, 
'ice - president; Edward 
W h i d d o n , secretary; and 
-k Hail, treasurer. 



FR/ENDty BUSINESS . . . 



© As the years roll by and you look back on 
these days in college as the "happiest days" of 
your life, days when the warmest friendships 
were made, when you laughed and loved, and 
lived, free from care and worry, when the 
weather didn't bother you and the stock market 
couldn't faze you, think back upon these gay 
hours spent in Smith's. It was here friends met 
and discussed campus matters, it was here you 
invariably took your date and discussed things 
other than politics as you paused to refresh your- 
self with a dish of Southern Dairies Ice Cream, 
a cup of coffee and a toasted sandwich, etc., or 
whiled away an hour at billiards. 
9 Yes, happy days those were — and their mem- 
ory is made all the sweeter by those eternal 
tokens of friendship and love — COLLEGE- 
SEAL jewelry and stationery. 
© We have thoroughly enjoyed being host to 
the Corps of Cadets and the Co-eds. To the 
graduating class, we offer our congratulations; 
to the first year students we say that we will 
look forward with pleasure to seeing you again 
next year. 



VERHON H. SMITH 

"WHERE COLLEGE STUDENTS MEET" 

VAHLOHEGA, GEORGIA 




"THE HOGGS" 
Most Popular Cadets 



lUHO'S 



■HAPPy" GRIFFIN 

Best All-Round Co-Ed 




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MARTHA SUE MOORE and BILLY GENTRY 
Best Dancers 




FRANK GARRISON 

Most Military Frosh 



BILL PERRY 

Best All-Round Cadet 




ELGIN RIHENBERRY 
Most Athletic Cadet 



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"DUCKY" SNOW 

Most Popular Faculty Member 




MARY SHORE 
Wittiest Co-Ed 




C R. VAUGHN 
Biggest Bolsheviki 




BONNELLE LAWSON 

Prettiest Co-Ed 




WILLIAM HOSCH 



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Wittiest Cadet 



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Cutest and Most Popular Co-Ed 




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Most Handsome Cadet 




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Most Executive 





RICHARD CARTER 
Neatest Cadet 



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Most Dignified and Most Military Sophomore 



SAM HINSON and "HAPPY" GRIFFIN 
Most In Love 




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Most Athletic Co-Ed 




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Most Dignified Co-Ed 



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1. The "Albino" and Bonny. 

2. At the matches. 

3. What's wrong, K.tty? 

4. "King Cotton" and Clark. 

5. Smooch!! 

6. "Cue Ball" and Hicks. 

7. At the barn. 

8. Slap that bass! 

9. "Saddle Sore" and Lawson. 
10. Syd and Chris. 

I I. "Shorty" and Bobbie. 

12. Pan-Hellenic Hop. 

13. Pope and Susy. 

14. Sam and "Happy." 

15. Jitterbugs. 

16. "Bit" and "Two Boot." 



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WEST END PRESSING CLUB 

Quick : : Efficient 
Safe 

Modern Equipment — Conveniently Located 

S. H. WEST 

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Students Exchange 




yOUR PATRONAGE MAKES 
THIS CONVENIENCE POSSIBLE 



P. M. HUTCHERSON, Supervisor 
GEO. E. DEKLE, Manager 



LIPSCOMBE DRUG COMPANY 

PHONE 42 

Niiiiiiiilly's Candies 
School Supplies 

Prescriptions 

DAHLONEGA :: GEORGIA 



Conipliinenfs 

GARDNER PRODUCTS 

POTATO CHIPS SALTED PEANUTS 

CANDIES NUTS 

PEANUT BUTTER SANDWICHES 

"Always in Good Taste" 








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LOIS' DRESS SHOP 




"Styles of the Moment for Less" 




106 North Bradford Street 




GAINESVILLE :: GEORGIA 


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WHATLEVS PHARMACY 
PRESCRIPTIONS 

Kcliablc Driii^ Service 

PHONE 600 
GAINESVILLE :: GEORGIA 



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PARKS FEED STORE 

Custom Mix and Grinding Service 
Purina Chows - Fertilizer 

PHONE 172 
415 Parker Street 


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JOHNNY MOORE SERVICE 
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J. H. PHILIPS GROCERY 



Candies — Fruits 



DAHLONEGA, GA. 



CITY SHOE SHOP 



W. A. HousLEY, Proprietor 



Oil fhc Square 



DAHLONEGA, GA. 



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When in Gainesville, visit . . . 

JOHNIE MACKS PLACE 



DRINKS — BILLIARDS — EATS 



GAINESVILLE, GA. 



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CHAMBERS LUMBER CO. 

PHONE 602 

I 125 South Mam Street 

GAINESVILLE, GA. 



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ADAMS MEN'S SHOP 

"Always Something New" 
GAINESVILLE, GA. 






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RHODES-WOOD FURNITURE 
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GAINESVILLE, GA. 






Coiupliiueiits 
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McLELLAN'S 

5c— $ LOO STORES 

GAINESVILLE, GEORGIA 



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IN TRAINING" for 116 YEARS 



to do the important job of outfitting Officers of the United States 
Navy . . . and Officers in every other branch of the U. S. Service, 
with good UNIFORMS, and correct CIVILIAN APPAREL 
continuously for 116 years (since 1824). We've GOT to be 
RIGHT ... to have enjoyed this privilege for so long a time. 

Students of NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE who wear uniforms 

by JACOB REED'S SONS, Philadelphia, are assured of choice 

materials, skilled tailoring and satisfactory service that only 116 

years of maintaining uniform quality can provide. 



Jaco/^ Reed's Sons 

Oiitfittcri to Officers of the United 
States Naiy for more than a century 



5 5 Maryland Ave., ANNAPOLIS, MD. 



1424-1426 Chestnut St., PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



THE BEST DRESSED MEN 
WEAR 



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THE SCHWOB COMPANY 

91-93 Peachtree Street, N. E. 

Mitchell and Broad Streets 

ATLANTA :: GEORGIA 



DAHLONEGA BOWLING 
ALLEY 

for 
HEALTH — RECREATION 

AMUSEMENT 



Your score will not be loivered 
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Regulation Alleys 

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PILGRIM-ESTES FURNITURE 
COMPANY 

Complete Home Fiiniisbers 

GAINESVILLE, GA. 



Compliments 

GEO. W. MOORE & SON 



Dealers /// Coal 



GAINESVILLE, GA. 



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Will Be Appreciated 

SMITH HOUSE 

H. B. Smith, Pmpiic/or 

DAHLONEGA, GA. 
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MEMBER OF F. D. I. C. 



DIXIE HUNT HOTEL 

William Faw, Proprietor 
Dick Mathews, Manager 



All Concrete and Steel 



GAINESVILLE, GEORGIA 



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Coiupliineiifs of . . . 

H. R. WOODY 

Serving N. G. C. Students 13 Years 

"On the Scjiiiire" 

WOODY' S BARBER 

and 

BEAUTY SHOPS 



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FOREMOST DAIRIES 


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For Onfstandhig 
Uniform Equipment 



GEMSCO 

395 4th Avenue 
NEW YORK CITY 



Manufacturers of 

Uniform Accessories 

Since 1881 



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GAINESVILLE MOTORS INC. 

GAINESVILLE, GA. 





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FLOWERS for EVERY OCCASION ... 




"Home of Fine Floiiers" 


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SUCCESSFUL ANNUALS 

Require the services of experieiued and 
expert iriiftsiiien, trained in every detail 
of the proiesses of ireatin!^'i)lannin<5 
layout and design •typesettin'^'printiu!^ 
litliographini* and hinding . . . Through- 
out half a century this company has 
pioneered in the production of the 
liigiiest type of printing . . . tJnr services 
huiude a special college annual sales 
and service organization... Abundant 
etinipnient-niodern and complete... 
I'rices representing maxinunn in value 



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